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Sunday Streets: Dogpatch/Bayview

It’s a giant free block party down Third Street on April 15th
By - posted 4/14/2018 No Comment

Sunday Streets runs through The Bayview’s main corridor, with a car-free route spanning Third Street from 22nd Street to Carroll Avenue. Walk, bike or catch the T Line (the city’s first new light rail line in more than half a century) which will run throughout the day. Make the day yours with fun, free exhibits and activities and five Activity Hubs.

Discover Third Street’s small businesses with the Sunday Streets Explore Local Guide and new Common Cents Passport Program, available at the Sunday Streets information booth and participating stores.

Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch
April 15, 2018 | 11:00am – 4:00pm

  • At 1:30-2pm, Livable City presents the Rolling Mayoral Q+A at Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch with former Senator Mark Leno! Taking off from Carroll and Third on the seven-seater Conference Bike, designed by San Francisco artist Eric Staller, and hosted by Livable City Executive Board members, this interview will focus on sustainability, social equity, transportation and more!
  • Visit Bayview Senior Center’s Carroll Street performing arts stage for live music ranging from choir and praise dance to blues music with neighborhood favorites Necie and the Obamas – plus giveaways, exhibitors and more.
  • Bayview YMCA hosts their annual Healthy Kids Day celebration at the Oakdale Hub with classes like Zumba and family boot camp.
  • Next, stop by neighborhood landmark and legacy business Sam Jordan’s at Galvez Avenue to dance in the streets at their annual Sunday Streets block party.
  • At Cargo Way, take a break at the Sunday Streets CargOasis with the EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park, SFPD’s equine unit, and The Wild Oyster Project.
  • Finish your day at 22nd Street to visit the new merchants, makers and organizations of the Dogpatch neighborhood and interactive art activities from the Museum of Craft and Design.

Sunday Streets works with community groups and local partners to create fun, friendly spaces for locals and to activate street corners and storefronts to engage visitors, showcasing spots like soul food restaurant Auntie April’s, arts center Bayview Opera House, and neighborhood favorite Sam Jordan’s Bar and Grill.

Sunday Streets (March – October 2018) 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, yogis, 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 2018 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.

2018 Sunday Streets Schedule
Sundays, 11 am to 4 pm