The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is hosting Play Day at the Palega Recreation Center July 25. The family event, which will feature playful activities including live music, sports, and arts & crafts, is free to the public.
The Play Day will feature flag football, baseball, basketball, and an obstacle course. In terms of crafts, kids will have the opportunity to get some temporary tattoos, make large bubbles, build mini-sailboats for a race, make slime, and build ad-hoc sculptures. There will also be two food trucks and live music from the Reed Fromer Band.
“Play Day is just one of the many ways we engage families with fun activities” said Phil Ginsburg, San Francisco Rec & Park General Manager. “Focusing on playing and enjoying sports, crafts, and entertainment is truly at the heart of our department and San Francisco at-large.”
The state-of-the-art Palega Recreation Center was reopened in 2013 after a $21.2 million renovation. The Recreation and Park Department hosts four family-focused events each year that are city-wide. The event is generously supported by Kaiser Permanente and Zynga.org.
For more information, go to: http://sfrecpark.org/event/play-day-at-palega-rec-center-on-july-25/