Construction Players and friends play four square in the “Play Zone” at Oppenstein Park on 9/9.

Construction Players  with Jerusalem Cafe Food Truck
Thursday 9/11, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Take your lunch break outside and join the Construction Players, Charlie Mylie and Lindsey Griffith, for fun and games in Oppenstein Park. These merry workers whose jobs are to play are re-engaging urban work spaces as a rich and ready playground.

The Jerusalem Cafe food truck will also be there to satisfy your hummus, baba-ghanoush and falafel cravings!

These performances are part of Art in the Loop Foundation’s 2014 Downtown Street Art/Creative Placemaking Pilot Project, a series of events and art installations with the goal of activating Oppenstein Park and the sidewalks of Downtown Kansas City with innovative, engaging and temporary art. Visit the project website for more information.

For more information about these performances, contact Ann Holliday, program director for Art in the Loopann@downtownkc.org or Jessica Borusky, guest curator, jessicaborusky@gmail.com.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/artintheloop/events for more information about upcoming events.