SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (RPD) presents fall activities which include martial arts, ceramics, swimming, photography, dancing, zumba, soccer, kayaking and more. The registration for fall recreation has begun. And more information can be found on the Department website atwww.sfreconline.org.
“Kids will be going back to school soon but that doesn’t mean life is all work and no play,” said, Phil Ginsburg, SF Rec and Park General Manager. “We have created a variety of recreational options for kids of all ages, families and adults this fall! ”
SF Rec and Park will be offering After School Enrichment at 11 locations this school year, including Co-ed Flag Football League for kids ages 8-13 from 8 recreation facilities around the City. For adults, there will be zumba, yoga or pilates classes to stay fit after work. In addition, for little children, there will be plenty of daytime programming including Tot Picasso, Little Learners. And for seniors, there will be Senior Ballroom Dancing, Beaded Ornaments, and more.
Every year, SF Rec and Park offered scholarship to more than 2,000 low-income children and their families in San Francisco. As a result, they received more than $700,000 worth of recreational programming. The Department will also welcome fall with Scaregrove, a family friendly Halloween celebration at Stern Grove on October 24th, and celebrate the holidays with the 85th Holiday Tree Lighting, another popular family tradition at McLaren Lodge on December 4th. For all SF Rec and Park information, please visit www.sfrecpark.org.