Mark your calendars: Neighborhood street openings & Virtual happenings
Thursday, September 17th | 12 PM (PDT)
Join via: LivableCity Facebook page
Join via: Zoom Webinar ID: 860 6665 1661 / Telephone: +1 669 900 6833
Mark your calendars for our weekly series #ThursdayThoughts: a lunchtime chat with local guests every week. We’ll be joined by Toby Leavitt and Rebecca J. Ennals of the SF Shakespeare Festival to talk about Shakespeare in the Park.
Friday, September 18th | 12 PM (PDT)
Join via: SundayStreets Facebook page
Find @WhatsOpenSF on: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Tune in to our weekly What’s Open SF and participate by commenting with your favorite small business for a chance to win a $25 gift card (sponsored by Sonic). A great way to find new favorite spots and support small businesses.
Saturday, September 19th | Livable City Facebook page @ 11 AM
Healthy Living is our virtual wellness series on Saturdays.
Open to all levels and it does not require any equipment, except making time to take care of yourself!
Let’s take care of ourselves, and stay healthy. (Available in English, and Spanish)
📍Neighborhood Street Openings
Sessions will be cancelled if air quality reaches or exceeds Orange or an AQI above 101.
Tenderloin: PlayStreets Tenderloin
In the news: SF Examiner | SF Chronicle
Enjoy a safe and open space to play, stretch the legs, and have some fun at Play Streets this Saturday! See you at the 200 block of Turk (between Jones/ Leavenworth) from 10-4pm. Masks and social distancing requirements will be in place.
Chinatown: Walkway Weekends | Facebook event
San Francisco Chinatown’s iconic Grant Avenue will be closed off to traffic and cars for a pleasant open walkway every weekend from July through September 20th. Enjoy a historic street stroll, outdoor dining, and an Asian shopping experience. Chinatown is open for business!
SoMa: Sunday Streets SoMa Pop-Up | Postponed to October 4th
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