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Wednesday, July 28
Free Admission Hour “Japanese Tea Garden” at GG Park
Still Open / SHELTER IN PLACE UPDATE: 12/7/20 – Outdoor gardens are specifically allowed and exempt from closures in the Shelter-in-Place order from December 6 to January 4. “Outdoor botanical gardens and historic sites may remain open” – We confirmed with the SF’s parks department ...Every Wednesday
2021 National Buffalo Soldier’s Day (Union Square)
2021 National Buffalo Soldier’s Day brings global attention to Union Square and contributions by Buffalo Soldiers throughout the Great State of California. May 1903, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt was escorted by Buffalo Soldiers from the San Francisco Presidio to Union Square for the dedication of ...
SF’s “Buffalo Soldiers Day” History Walk (The Presidio)
In honor of Buffalo Soldiers Day this Wednesday, July 28, retired Ranger Rik Penn and (current) Ranger Erick Cortes will lead a Buffalo Soldiers walking tour in the Presidio that starts at the Visitor Center around 2 pm.
This African American regiment escorted President Theodore Roosevelt ...
Castro Farmers’ Market (Every Wednesday)
Welcome back your favorite farmers to the corner of Market and Noe Streets as they offer their amazing citrus, tasty root vegetables, honey, flowers, baked goods, and beautiful leafy greens. Castro Farmers’ Market Every Wed., Mar. 17-Nov. 17, 2021 | 2:30p-7p Castro Farmer’s Market, Noe ...Every Wednesday
“SF Wednesdays” Free Outdoor Summer Concerts in Downtown
With SFWednesdays, San Francisco is taking it to the streets with 30 performances, free and open-to-the-public, spread across 10 Wednesdays this summer in some of the City’s most iconic outdoor public spaces. The series kicks off Wednesday, July 14 (12pm – 2pm) — in three simultaneous offerings ...Every Wednesday
SF’s Historic Matchbook + Neon Sign Design Talk
A partnership with SF Neon, Tenderloin Museum and the Letterform Archive
An exploration of matchbooks and neon sign design and typography that is a time-travel journey to the mid-century nightlife of San Francisco. Vintage matchbook covers and historic neon signs are a fascinating synecdoche of the ...
Magic Lantern in Kerouac Alley: An Evening of Punk Rock Films (SF)
In celebration of the origins of DIY CULTURE in San Francisco, and as a special tribute to the lost-but-legendary MABUHAY GARDENS (just around the corner on Broadway,) we present a program of PUNK ROCK FILMS. In the late 1970s, while punk bands and artists were ...