Upcoming events at San Francisco Recreation and Park Department

Geneva Community Garden Grand Opening Celebration

Geneva Community Garden Grand Opening Celebration

Saturday 10:00am (24 February)
San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, San Francisco

Events around San Francisco Recreation and Park Department

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Promised To Suck Vol. 13 // feat. Hobo Johnson
Party

Promised To Suck Vol. 13 // feat. Hobo Johnson

Saturday 9:00pm (24 February)
Milk Bar, San Francisco

Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind Solo Acoustic Performance
Music

Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye Blind Solo Acoustic Performance

Friday 5:00pm (16 March)
Amoeba San Francisco, San Francisco

Sanders, Socialism, and the Electoral Arena
Other

Sanders, Socialism, and the Electoral Arena

Thursday 6:30pm (22 February)
San Francisco Public Library Park Branch, San Francisco

Sarah McBride / Tomorrow Will Be Different
Book

Sarah McBride / Tomorrow Will Be Different

Thursday 7:30pm (15 March)
The Bindery, San Francisco

C. Dale Young and Javier Zamora
Book

C. Dale Young and Javier Zamora

Thursday 7:30pm (29 March)
The Bindery, San Francisco

Orlando Ortega-Medina / Jerusalem Ablaze
Book

Orlando Ortega-Medina / Jerusalem Ablaze

Saturday 3:00pm (10 March)
The Bindery, San Francisco

Andrew Sean Greer / Less
Book

Andrew Sean Greer / Less

Tuesday 7:30pm (29 May)
The Bindery, San Francisco


Helen Diller Civic Center Playgrounds Opening on February 14

Helen Diller Civic Center Playgrounds Opening on February 14


When?

Start time: Wednesday 4:00pm (14 February)
End time: Wednesday 7:00pm (14 February)

About

<3 your parks? Cupid is coming to Civic Center! Everyone is invited to celebrate the opening of these new creative play spaces, courtesy of the Helen Diller Family Foundation, on Wednesday, February 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Civic Center Plaza (Larkin and Fulton Streets). A special thanks to the Helen Diller Family Foundation and the Trust for Public Land (TPL) for their partnership on this project! For more information, click here