Closing night Charlie Brown this Saturday

There will also be alternate parking for “Cruz the Loop” road closures.

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 10:59am
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The following from Renton Civic Theatre:

Patrons of Renton Civic Theatre

This Saturday, Aug. 18 is the closing night of “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.” This also coincides with Cruz the Loop – City of Renton. This event will close 2nd Avenue South and 3rd Avenue south between Shattuck and Main streets. While the street in front of our theater will be closed, all the of side streets south of the theater will be open with ample parking within five blocks of Renton Civic Theater. The City of Renton has assured us that there will be plenty of supervision of this activity, so your car will be well taken care of no matter where you park. We do recommend that you leave extra time to find parking – and then you can watch the parade of classic cars as you wait for the show!

While we cannot authorize parking in the restaurant parking lot, you can use side streets to pull in, drop off passengers, and then find parking if that helps with those with mobility issues.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and are working with the city to see if more parking can be made available. Look for signs guiding you to alternative parking.

We look forward to seeing you Saturday at “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”! The teens are excited for you to see their hard work!

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