In what could have been a joke 15 years ago, Myrtle Avenue will be closed to car traffic each Sunday in September in order to make way for playing children, baby strollers and festivities. The ‘Move About Myrtle’ Sunday celebrations bring together local merchants, artists, restaurateurs and performers to host a myriad of activities, music, food and art as eclectic and diverse as the neighborhood itself. Visitors can participate in everything from hula hooping and sidewalk-chalk drawing to Tahitian dance classes, cooking demos, yoga and live soul music. There will also be plenty of tasty bites from barbecue and Mexican food to Lebanese, Somali and Thai. Local artists will also help create community murals and playful public art projects. For a full list of scheduled events, check out the Myrtle Avenue website.