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Stonewall Riots 50th Anniversary and Pride Events in our Parks!

The Harvey Milk Photo Center (50 Scott Street) presents the Stonewall 50 Years Anniversary Art and Pride Exhibit. This exhibit will feature local artists showcasing their best contemporary works celebrating the LGBTQ community and its history. It will open this Saturday, June 22 with a reception from 5 to 8:30 … Continue reading

New Mural on Historic Shipwright’s Cottage Celebrates India Basin Community

SAN FRANCISCO – Amid a neighborhood celebration, city officials today unveiled a new mural celebrating the Bayview-Hunters Point community on a historic building that will become an integral part of its future. The block party featured free food and music, followed by a screening of the Golden State Warriors game … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup to Play Live on the Big Screen at SF Parks

SAN FRANCISCO—Looking for a way to kick off summer? The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is hosting free, live FIFA Women’s World Cup viewing parties in this June and July. The events, held in partnership with the San Francisco Parks Alliance, will feature matches on the big screen, food trucks, … Continue reading

2019 Conservatory Lighting and Summer Solstice Concert Announced

Psychedelic Photosynthesis and Surrealistic Summer Solstice Jam 3 June 19, 6-10pm Conservatory lighting at approximately 9:15pm SAN FRANCISCO– Join us for the 3rd annual outtasight, flower-powered night under the stars as we … Continue reading

Plans Brewing for Flywheel Coffee Kiosk in Golden Gate Park’s East End

SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco Recreation and Park officials this week are expected to approve plans for a food and beverage kiosk at the eastern entrance of Golden Gate Park, the latest in a series of planned improvements in the area. The San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission on Thursday will authorize … Continue reading

SF Recreation and Park Department Breaks Ground on Five Playgrounds

SAN FRANCISCO – Under the watchful eyes of 45 preschoolers, city officials and community members broke ground today on five playground renovations—a major milestone in a project that promises to transform 13 timeworn play areas used by 20,000 children in neighborhoods across the City. Today’s groundbreaking ceremony, held at the … Continue reading