There’s always something to do at this lively community hub, home of the newly renovated Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Center. The basketball court is in high demand, and the dog play area is so popular that part of the park is now designated ‘people only’ (leashes optional). Improved play structures feature separate areas for tots and older kids. Don’t miss the Scott Street labyrinth, built by Friends of Duboce Park.
Established in 1900, Duboce Park became a tent city after the 1906 earthquake, sheltering displaced residents from all over the City.
Tuesday, August 1 is National Night Out, an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Rec centers and parks across the city will be participating in this event with a variety of live entertainment, arts and recreational … Continue reading
Celebrate Community is a LGBTQ Pride Photo Exhibit and event open to the public at Harvey Milk Center for the Arts. The event features a photo gallery opening followed by live entertainment provided by Peaches Christ Productions. The event is Free to the public. WHEN: Photo Opening and Pride Event is Saturday, … Continue reading
ShutterSpeed is an international exhibition and event that invites you to open your mind and discover the intersection of photography, art, and the athleticism of skateboarding. Discover and observe the raw fusion where the artist meets the landscape, creating a culture of street skating within the beautiful, picturesque city of San Francisco. San Francisco boasts unparalleled geography, with its crooked streets and hills, creating a dream destination for skateboarders. Continue reading
Spend a pleasant Sunday afternoon on a self-guided walking tour of the Duboce Park Neighborhood, Sunday, October 16, from 1 to 5 p.m. Visit beautifully restored interiors of 19th Century homes. Added … Continue reading
By Louise Codd “Duboce Park is the number one park for many dog owners in San Francisco. Located in the Lower Haight, the park is conveniently found next to the N Judah train, in a densely populated area filled with seniors and families. This is a happy place where dogs … Continue reading