The event is a non-competitive 5K run for 3rd-5th grade girls. Each child is paired with an adult running partner. The event features a variety of children’s activities, face painting, and a … Continue reading
Michael DiFranco Sings Sinatra is a performance that is free and open to the general public.
The Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) invites you to the Inaugural RTCS San Francisco, a family friendly 1 mile walk event. Our goal is to raise awareness and financial resources for sarcoma research. … Continue reading
The National AIDS Memorial Grove will hold an event as part of World AIDS Day National Observance. The Worlds AIDS Day National Observance will be a light luncheon taking place at the … Continue reading
This event is an annual skateboarding fundraiser for the Keep A Breast Foundation to raise awareness of breast cancer prevention. Skateboarding contests and games will take place and the organization will provide … Continue reading
This is the annual Fleet Week High School Band Challenge. The event, hosted by SF Fleet Week and the United States Marine Corps includes performances by local Bay Area High School bands … Continue reading
3-day disc golf tournament in Golden Gate Park
Walk to help earn money for a cure for hydrocephalus and bring the hydro community together.
Join us for arias al fresco as we celebrate the opening of San Francisco Opera’s 96th Season and other operatic favorites. Featuring the San Francisco Opera Orchestra and stars from the fall season. … Continue reading
Festival of Chariots is a parade and festival in Golden Gate Park. The chariot parade begins at JFK Drive/Transverse and proceeds east on JFK Drive to Robin Williams Meadow. The festival at … Continue reading
A 5K run/walk that will allow participants to help raise funds to support research, education and advocacy for melanoma.
Inspired by the Ciclovía in Bogotá, Colombia, Sunday Streets is a series of free, fun events empowering local communities to transform 1-4 miles of car-congested streets into car-free community spaces for kids … Continue reading
The Girls on the Run 5K is a family-friendly event featuring a 5K fun run, DJ music, Zumba, photo booth, face painting, and other fun activities! All proceeds benefit Girls on the … Continue reading
Epiphany Dance Theater presents the 14th annual San Francisco Trolley Dances. This year’s route travels along the NJudah Muni line from the South of Market to Kezar Triangle in Golden Gate Park … Continue reading
Come join fellow fans of comedy at the 34th Annual Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park. Comedy Day is committed to providing five hours of free comedy in the park every year. This year is dedicated … Continue reading
Check out the first vertical garden on a Recreation and Park Dept. park. Actually it’s in the new Golden Gate Park Community Garden, located at Frederick/Arguello Sts. This 100’x8.5′ vertical garden contains 900 edible, native and ornamental plants planted in only one day! Thanks to the hardworking crew at Bauman … Continue reading
We’re getting ready for the first Garden Members’ Workday this Saturday! Garden plots are numbered, fresh soil piled, gopher barrier wire stocked for a productive event! Please note that this event is targeted only to garden members with assigned plots at the GGP CommUNITY Garden. An official public opening is … Continue reading
As some of you may have seen walking past the garden, construction is close to complete. The garden will combine demonstration gardens, programming and workshops, a native plant nursery and materials/tool distribution, etc. with a combination of individual and shared plots, all of which will provide an invaluable resource for … Continue reading
More than 500 people came out to McLaren Lodge in Golden Gate Park on December 6 to celebrate the Recreation and Park Department’s 83rd Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, an event begun by longtime park superintendent “Uncle” John McLaren, who would light a mile-long stretch of trees on Fell Street, ending … Continue reading
Best known for its world-class attractions – the de Young Museum, the California Academy of Sciences and the Conservatory of Flowers – the east end of Golden Gate Park is a great place to spend an afternoon even if you can’t afford any admission tickets. Rich in history and filled … Continue reading