‘Deepistan National Parklet Grand Opening Party

From SFBC:

Please join us for the Grand Opening of the newest Parklet in San Francisco, at the residence of Deep Jawa. This is a fundraiser for SF Bicycle Coalition, Livable City & Walk SF and staff will be on hand to discuss the future of Valencia Street and to raise funds for the effort to make San Francisco a friendlier, safer, and more sustainable place to live, work, and play. Suggested donation $15-$20 but no one turned away.

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