Play Streets: Tenderloin

From Sunday Streets:

San Francisco’s Sunday Streets program, now entering its fifth season of transforming miles of city streets into safe, fun, car-free space for people to enjoy, presents a new program element in 2013: Play Streets for All. This new program draws on Sunday Streets’ organizing expertise, helping community members to create a smaller versions of Sunday Streets in their own neighborhood.

Blue Shield of California and Anthem Blue Cross are Presenting Sponsors of San Francisco’s Play Streets for All.

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