SAN FRANCISCO – This March, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will open its registration for both spring classes and summer day camps, as well as co-host the Summer Resource Fair at Pier 70 (420 22nd Street).
Spring Registration: Saturday, March 5
Residents of San Francisco can browse and sign up for classes and activities that range from Book Making, to Qi Gong, to Girls Baseball. SF Rec & Park has gone through great lengths to ensure that there is something for people of all ages in all parts of the city. In addition to hundreds of art classes, there will be classes in fishing, SCUBA, boxing, sewing, baking, and iPhone photography. Other spring classes include: mountain biking, overnight camping, rock climbing, Arduino for kids, and swim lessons.
To sign up for spring classes, go to www.SFRecOnline.org or register in person at one of 12 recreation centers: Eureka Valley, Hamilton, Harvey Milk Arts Center, Minnie & Lovie Ward, Mission, Moscone, Palega, Richmond, SOMA/Eugene Friend, St. Mary’s, Sunset, Upper Noe.
Summer Resource Fair: Saturday, March 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Pier 70 (420 22nd St.)
Beyond Spring classes, Rec & Park, in collaboration with the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families, will be hosting a Summer Resource Fair to find opportunities for San Francisco youth. The Summer Resource Fair is a free, family-oriented event that showcases the multitude of summer camps and other programs for young people in and around San Francisco. Over 150 exhibitors will be on hand with information about programs and camps for every age group, from toddlers to teens and everyone in between. Rec & Park’s Mobile Rec Unit will be on site with the climbing wall and other activities. For more information, visit: www.dcyf.org.
Summer Day Camp Registration: begins Saturday, March 19
In addition to Spring Registration and the Summer Resource Fair, San Francisco residents will be able to sign their children up for Summer Day Camps on March 19. SF Rec & Park runs over 80 day camps throughout the summer in arts, sports, and outdoor activities. Camps include the Learn to Swim program at eight different aquatic centers. We offer lifeguard training and other leader-oriented camps for teens, as well as the half-day Tot Camps for ages 4-5.
To sign up for summer day camps, go to www.SFRecOnline.org or register in person at one of 12 recreation centers: Eureka Valley, Hamilton, Harvey Milk Arts Center, Minnie & Lovie Ward, Mission, Moscone, Palega, Richmond, SOMA/Eugene Friend, St. Mary’s, Sunset, Upper Noe.