The 4th year for Sunday Streets, a city sponsored FREE event to encourage physical and recreational activity (walk, jog, run, skate, bike, play, and dance), is a great way to explore SF neighborhoods. The next Sunday Streets will be held on Sunday, August 14th, 2011 between 11-4 pm (starting and ending an hour later than previous years) at Civic Center Plaza Park.
The Tricycle Music Fest West - family rock concerts with Frances England, queen of kindie rock, and local favorite, Charity and the JAMband, at an outdoor event outside the Main Library.
The “Green Zone” - Grove Street between Larkin and Hyde will house a plethora of environmental organizations and activities.
Roller Disco - Come skate with D Miles and CORA! They will be set up on Fulton between Larkin and Hyde.
Freedom from Training Wheels - Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition to get kids riding without training wheels!
Bike Wash and Cumbia Dancing! - Stop by 215 Golden Gate at Leavenworth to get a bike wash and dance Cumbia with theBeautiful Rebels at Young Workers United. Learn about their approach to helping workers in San Francisco, pick up a copy of their guide to socially responsible restaurants and get down with YWU!
Boedekker Park - Boeddeker Park, at Jones and Eddy, will have Tai Chi at 11 am to Noon with instructor Chris Sequeira of Living Tai Chi. Jazz band Melvin and the Mellotones will perform at the outdoor stage in the park at 1 pm to 2 pm. There will be activities for kids in the children’s play area from 11 am to closing, free bike rentals, and a free bike repair station.
Tenderloin National Forest - Stop by Cohen Alley on Ellis between Leavenworth and Hyde to see this beautiful hidden gem!
Hyde Street Band – Based out of the Tenderloin in San Francisco, Hyde Street Band performs gritty, hard-rocking blues, R&B, rock, and rockabilly music – the songs that move us. Stop by their adhoc bandstand at 631 O’Farrell and enjoy music covers of the Stones, Doors, Steppenwolf, Van Morrison, CCR, Mellencamp, and others.
For more information, visit: www.sundaystreetssf.com