This exciting event will include games from the Chinatown YMCA, a visit from the local fire department, a cooking demo from the American Heart Association, a raffle for tickets to the Academy of Sciences, and much more! A free lunch catered by El Taquero will also be provided.
Don't miss out on the fun and a chance to show your support for open schoolyards across San Francisco! Here are the details:
Who: Neighbors, Parents, Kids, and Supervisors Mark Farrell and Julie Christensen
What: Free lunch, family and kids activities, and a ribbon cutting ceremony
Where: Spring Valley Elementary School, 1451 Jackson St. (Entrance on Washington)
When: Saturday, October 17, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Why: Join us as we cut the ribbon to open our neighborhood schoolyard on weekends!
Can't join us at Spring Valley Elementary School? See a list of upcoming events here: http://www.sfsharedschoolyard.org/events
You can also follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sfsharedschoolyard)
& Twitter (https://twitter.com/SFSharedSchools)!
About the project: The San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project aims to provide a safe, clean space for the city’s children and families to play and gather. With 28 public schools enrolled and interest continuing to grow, community members will play a central role in in helping this program succeed. Give your support for the program and sign up to volunteer (http://www.sfsharedschoolyard.org/sign_up) at our next event.