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“Sunday Streets” 3½ Mile Block Party

SF’s official 5-hour block party through the Bayview & Dogpatch
By - posted 4/11/2015 No Comment

Sunday Streets (March – October 2015) is San Francisco’s official block party – a sorta-monthly roving neighborhood celebration and five hour street party where the streets are closed to vehicles, so pedestrians, roller skaters, bicyclists, yoga classes, and everyone except for cars can take over the streets for an afternoon.

>> Funcheap is proud to be a sponsor and an official partner of Sunday Streets.

What happens at Sunday Streets?
Every month is a completely different party, but throughout the 2015 season you can expect activities like treasure hunts, dance performances, hula hooping, dodgeball games, yoga classes, bubble parties, and tons more fun stuff in the city streets, all for free.

Dogpatch/Bayview Sunday Streets
April 12, 2015 | 11am to 4pm

This will be Sunday Streets sixth year visiting the Bayview and Dogpatch neighborhoods. With over three and a half miles of car-free space, this is one of the longest Sunday Streets routes and a great opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods by bike.

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For the first time, Sunday Streets will take place on the southbound lanes of Third St. between Mariposa and Yosemite Ave. Read below for suggested detours. Because this route is so long, we encourage you to bring your bike or skates. If you don’t have wheels, be sure to put on those walking shoes.

Dogpatch/Bayview Sunday Streets Activities

Roving Entertainment:

  • The Bubblegirl

Third between 18th and 22 Street:

  • Triple Voodoo
  • SF Housing Action CoalitionOutreach booth
  • Dogpatch Capital Personal Finance Q&A with a certified Financial Planner
  • DJ playing jazz and reggae
  • Pier 70 Partners Outreach booth

Third and 22nd Street:

  • Sunday Streets Information and Volunteer Check-in
  • San Francisco Human Services Agency outreach booth
  • REI: Free bike tune-ups
  • Experience Corps Bay Area bookmark making
  • Little Artistas: Arts & Crafts

22nd between Third and Indiana:

  • Golden State Warriors: Bounce house and Pop-A-Shot basketball
  • Rickshaw Bags
  • Little Nib – offering treats to go

Third between 22nd and 26th Street:

  • Museum of Craft and Design
  • Paul Hayes: Interactive pixellated painting
  • Education First outreach booth
  • Dogpatch Barber and Shave: Free haircuts

Third at 26th Street:

  • El Nino Training Center: Introductory sessions in Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • The Winehouse: In-store-only, 1 day promotional pricing on select wines
  • Bay Leaf Kitchen: Healthy eating demonstrations and games
  • SF SAFE Bike Registration with SFPD
  • Bay Area Air Quality Management District
  • SF Department of Public Works outreach booth
  • SFMTA outreach booth

Third and Cesar Chavez:

  • Xi Psi Phi, Iota Chapter
  • Sierra Club outreach booth
  • San Francisco Flex Academy outreach booth
  • About-Face outreach booth

Third and Evans:

  • Balboa buildOn

Third and Galvez:

  • Sam Jordan’s Bar
  • SF Rock Project
  • Free Bike Rentals by Parkwide
  • San Francisco Bicycle Coalition: Freedom From Training Wheels, Service Station, Test Ride a Family Bike, Let’s Practice Together! ride for adults from 11 am to 2 pm; Family Ride at 2:30 pm
  • YBike: Youth Learn to Ride
  • Trust for Public Land: India Basin Waterfront Parks & Trails Visioning Information Booth

Third and Hudson:

  • DPW Street Sweeper Blindspot Demonstration

Third and Jerrold:

  • Jumpstart
  • All Good Pizza
  • SPCA Outreach booth
  • Circus Center: Interactive circus performance/teaching such as hoop diving and acrobatics.
  • The Beauty Operators Bluegrass Jam

Third and McKinnon

  • Sunday Streets information and Volunteer Check-in
  • Wild Equity Institute outreach booth
  • W.O.M.A.N. Inc.
  • Walk San Francisco Information Booth
  • San Francisco Housing Development Corporation outreach booth
  • Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy: Roving Ranger mobile trail-head truck

Third and Newcomb:

  • Spinlister: Free Bike Valet
  • Bayview YMCA Healthy Kids Day: Obstacle courses, inflatables, zumba, and more
  • Bayview Cyclery (MARKET on THIRD): Free bike inspections, live jazz, & karaoke
  • Free dental screenings by UCSF
  • Bayview Opera House Information Booth
  • Aquarium of the Bay: Live animals in the mobile touch tank
  • Wu Yee Children’s Services: Family activities
  • Renaissance outreach booth
  • The Center For Youth Wellness outreach booth
  • Clif Kid: Bean bag toss and free samples
  • CYC-Bayview Youth

Third and Palou Ave:

  • SF YouthWorks

Third and Revere:

  • SF Department of Environment Recycling andComposting demonstrations
  • SF Recreation and Parks outreach booth
  • SF Public Utilities Commission outreach booth
  • Port of San Francisco outreach booth
  • SF Department of Public Health outreach booth
  • Sports Basement: Free Bike Repair

Third and Quesada:

  • Community Boards outreach booth
  • SFMOMA Outerbody Labs interactive art truck
  • CCSF Volunteer Enrollment Campaign
  • Flaming Lotus Girls: Metal Art Display
  • Performing Arts Workshop outreach booth

Third and Yosemite:

  • Bayview Hunter’s Point Multipurpose Senior Services presents: Cholesterol Screenings, Blood Glucose Screenings, Blood Pressure Checks, Body Mass Index, Vision Screenings, Line Dance Sessions, Bingo, Jewelry and Crafts Booth, Information and Referral Booth
  • Blue Diamonds Belly Dance at 1 pm
  • Self Help for the Elderly outreach booth
  • Archimedes Banya SF
  • California Nurses Association