WalkSF: Potrero Hill to the Blue Greenway: Grey to Green to Blue — with Chocolate Sprinkles!

From WalkSF:

Join Walk San Francisco and the SF Parks Alliance on a walk that explores connections from Potrero Hill to parks and the Blue Greenway, a 13-mile walkway along San Francisco’s southern waterfront. We’ll start off at Potrero Hill Recreation Center and walk down to the Bay, looking at how the City can improve walking connections to parks and the waterfront as part of the Green Connections project. Highlights of the tour include Warm Water Cove and the new Pennsylvania Community Gardens. Oh yes, and we’ll have a special stop for ice cream (optional) at Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous. Yum.

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