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SF Recreation Centers Reopen w/ Vaccine Proof (Sept. 7)

Most rec centers will reopen on weekdays w/ proof of vaccine, except for those ineligible like children
By - posted 9/7/2021 No Comment

San Francisco Recreation and Park Department recently announced that the majority of their Recreation Centers will reopen on weekdays beginning on Tuesday, September 7. Note that the Harvey Milk Photo Center will reopen on September 15, the Randall Museum on October 2, and the Golden Gate Park Senior Center on January 4, 2022.

All visitors are required to show proof of vaccination to enter the recreation centers. The new requirements do not apply to those who are ineligible for vaccinations, including children under 12 years old.

Located throughout the city, our full-service recreation centers provide a wide array of registered and drop-in activities for visitors of all ages, including classes for tots, after-school programs for youth, and dance and fitness classes for adults. They offer space for meetings, birthday parties, and events, and act as vital community hubs for our neighbors. Recreation centers typically include gymnasiums, community rooms, and outdoor recreation facilities, while our more specialized recreation sites include a science museum, art studios, and a photography center featuring the oldest public darkroom in the United States.

For more information and updated recreation center hours, visit their respective pages at San Francisco Recreation and Park Department