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Sunday Streets: Western Addition

12:59 PM PDT on September 7, 2010

Sunday Streets Western Addition 
On Sunday, September 19, Sunday Streets visits the center of the city, with a route that travels through the Western Addition, North Panhandle, Fillmore,  and Japantown neighborhoods. This new route connects the Panhandle in GG Park with Farmer's Market on Grove St, Hayward Playground on Golden Gate Ave. and Laguna, Kimball Playground on O’Farrell, Peace Plaza in Japantown and the Lower Fillmore and Japantown merchant corridors.

Sunday Streets creates a safe, fun, car-free place for people to get out and be active in San Francisco neighborhoods. Activities include: Free bike rentals and repairs, kid’s bike safety programs, fitness, yoga and dance programs for all ages, pet programming and information, live performances, skating rink with free skate use. Kimball Playground’s Athletic Fields grand opening coincides with Sunday Streets and the Church of John Coltrane celebrates their 41st Anniversary on Fillmore Street. Stop by and check out the activities in the North Panhandle Neighborhood (NOPA), including bike programs, music and earthquake preparedness fair on Grove Street.

Volunteers still needed! All volunteers receive a delicious lunch, Limited Edition, Sunday Streets T-shirt, Reusable Water Bottle, Reusable Goodie Bag, Access to Special Volunteer Appreciation Events and special rewards for repeat volunteers. Sign up now to volunteer with Sunday Streets at Western Addition/Japantown on September 19th.

What: Sunday Streets Western Addition
When: Sunday, Sept 19, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Where: Panhandle Golden Gate Park through Western Addition neighborhoods, connecting with Hayward Playground, Kimball Playground, Peace Plaza along Grove, Baker, Golden Gate Ave, Fillmore and Post Streets.
For more info:; phone: 415-344-0489 x 2

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