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SAN FRANCISCO – As school picks up, and the fall season brings days of rain and sun, it’s a fantastic time to pick up a new class or activity. There are still openings in dozens of classes and activities managed by the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department. Many of … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO – The musical season continues this weekend as the Friends of the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, in partnership with The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, host the Let the Good Times Rock ‘N Roll Show as part of the 2016 Saturday in the Park Concert Series at McLaren … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO — This weekend, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will celebrate the 16th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, an admission-free music festival in the heart of Golden Gate Park. The festival features more than 100 musical artists on seven stages. Opening acts begin at 12p.m. Friday. The … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will be leading volunteers to celebrate National Public Lands Day (NPLD) by cleaning up and beautifying Gilman Playground located in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood on Saturday, September 24th. The Department’s Volunteer Services Program, in partnership with the Candlestick Point Neighborhood Committee, are celebrating the … Continue reading
Volunteers gather for Community Volunteer Workday; Pay tribute to friends and loved ones lost to HIV/AIDS SAN FRANCISCO — Twenty-five years ago a small group of San Francisco residents representing a community devastated by the AIDS epidemic gathered in a dilapidated grove in Golden Gate Park to restore it and … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO – Today, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department joined tens of thousands of volunteers to take part in California Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest volunteer event in California. SF Rec & Park hosted four cleanup work projects — at Heron’s Head Park, India Basin Shoreline Park, the … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Recreation & Park Department, in partnership with the Warriors Community Foundation and Good Tidings Foundation, reopened the Nate Thurmond Panhandle Basketball Courts this morning after court resurfacing generously funded by the Warriors and Good Tidings. The courts were originally renovated in 2000, also in … Continue reading