Shaping SF Walking Tour: Summer of Peace, Love & Anti-War | Panhandle
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William McKinley Statue (The Panhandle) | Baker and Fell St., San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
A meandering journey through the Haight-Ashbury and environs, revisiting highlights of the 1966-68 period, focused on the Anti-war movement and the various cultural eruptions that the media labeled “Summer of Love” but for those who lived it, was a more complicated intersection of cultural and political revolutionary aspirations.
Tour starts at the McKinley Statue in Panhandle (at Baker) and ends at Hippie Hill (Golden Gate Park). Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.881.7579.