Head Out for the Year’s Second Sunday Streets in the Mission

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Valencia and 24th Streets are open to people once again this weekend for the second of four Sunday Streets events in the Mission this year.

Get out and soak in another sunny afternoon of music, food, dancing, and car-free activity. And don’t forget — the city’s looking at holding these as often as every month, so there could be many more to come.

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