Sunday Streets: The Richmond

From Sunday Streets SF:

On Sunday, October 27, Sunday Streets will visit the Richmond for the very first time, traveling on Clement Street between Funston and Arguello, and Arguello between Clement and Fulton. Come explore this wonderful neighborhood, full of delicious restaurants and unique shops! From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the streets will be transformed into a safe, fun space for kids, families, friends, and neighbors to get outside and engage in healthy activities while exploring the neighborhood on foot or by bike.

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