Halloween Before & After Party

There will be spooky and fun costumes, candy goodie bags, STEM games, dancing and so much more; the event is open to youth of all ages and is guaranteed to be an exciting time for all! There will also be a haunted house and costume contest as well as a photo booth. So put on your best costume and come join us!
If you would like to have an activity table, volunteer with the set up and clean up or would like to donate spooky decorations, costumes, or bags of candy please reach out to Nayansey@momagic.org or Brittany at brittany@momagic.org.

Tenderloin Safe Trick or Treating

 Tenderloin Safe Trick or Treating. CounterPulse and partners TLCBD/Safe Passage invite the neighborhood out to Trick or Treat in the Tenderloin! This is our second year of the fun romp with goblins, superheroes, scary monsters and costumed characters!

Have a souvenir photo made in costume, and join with Safe Passage guides to visit our partnering lower Tenderloin performance venues: Cutting Ball Theate, SAFEhouse For the Arts, PianoFight, and EXIT Theater. There will be treats and healthy snacks for everyone!


On October 31, 2019 Meet at CounterPulse, 80 Turk at 5:00 PM, and we will leave in groups. Free registration, please click here.

Día de los Muertos

Join us for a hands-on workshop and help create our community altar. Colorful and overflowing with offerings, the Día de los Muertos altar is a celebration of those who have passed on. All ages are welcome.

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at the Excelsior Branch.

Bayview Branch library is hosting a fun Halloween Party

Bayview Branch library is hosting a fun Halloween Party on Sunday October 27, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM! Enjoy crafts, games, treats, and face painting. Costumes are encouraged (there might be prizes…)! This program is for children and teens. For more information please call 415-355-5757. For FREE registration, please click here.

Girls Who Code

On Wednesday, October 2, 2019 – 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the Excelsior Library Branch  6th–12th grade girls learn to code in an open and accepting environment. Projects include learning how to code animations, games and websites.

Sign-up required. For more information or to register, contact Marla: marla.bergman@sfpl.org or (415) 355-2868.

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