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Huge thank you to California voters who chose to invest in #OutdoorAccessForAll, and a special thank you to @PhilTing for securing an extra $4 million for this once-in-a-generation park project. We’ll see you out at 900 Innes on Saturday for the big #MardiGras Party!

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State Awards $8.5 Million for Waterfront Park in India Basin -

Day 27 of #BlackHistoryMonth2020 is for Tupac Shakur. Considered to be one of the greatest rappers of all time, he addressed social issues and is considered a symbol of resistance and activism against inequality. One of the best selling recording artists of all time.

Get your garden ready at our FREE Winter Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop this Saturday, February 29 at Alemany Farm (700 Alemany Blvd) from 10am-12pm. Learn the basics of pruning fruit trees in this hands-on, interactive class. For registration and more info:

The annual DCYF/SFUSD Nutrition Program Youth Poster Contest is open! Winning designs will be featured on DCYF's Nutrition Program outreach materials, and winners in each category will receive Visa gift card$. Entries are due by March 13:

Mardi Gras at India Basin is just around the corner! Join us for a celebration on the shore: free crawfish boil, stilt walkers, kid’s crafts and a live musical performance by @honorbrassband this Saturday, 2/29 from 12-3p!

RSVP or call (415) 206-1936.

Join us on Saturday, 2/29 to throw out the first pitch on the 2020 baseball season! Opening day for @sfyouthbaseball is from 10a-1p at Kimbell Fields (Geary Blvd & Steiner St). Activities include speed pitch, homerun derby, a parade & more! For more info:

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Day 26 of #BlackHistoryMonth2020 is for Spike Lee. Director, producer, writer and actor. His more than 35 films have explored race relations, urban crime, poverty, colorism and more. Has won numerous awards, including an Oscar, 2 Emmys, 2 Peabodys and Cannes Grand Prix.

Are you an illustrator who makes or is interested in making children's picture books, and is curious to know what kinds of free resources the San Francisco Public Library offers for research and inspiration? Sign up now! Limit 20 attendees.

Drawn to the Library: Picture Book Illustrators and the SF Public Library

Are you an illustrator who makes or is interested in making children's picture books, and is curious to know what kinds of free resources the San Fran...

For nearly 40 years, SF student scientists have wowed @randallmuseum visitors with their inventive projects in the Annual SF Middle School Science Fair. More than 200 projects will be on display at the Randall Museum through March 6.

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Day 25 of #BlackHistoryMonth is for Shirley Chisolm. Authority on early education and child welfare. NY State Assembly Member. First Black woman elected to US Congress. Ran for president in 1972. Taught at Mount Holyoke College and Spelman College

Mayor London Breed declared a local emergency here in SF today to prepare for possible COVID-19 in the community. Facts here:

Mayor London Breed has declared a local emergency to proactively prepare for #NovelCoronavirus activity in #SanFrancisco. There are 0 confirmed cases in the City, but we need to step-up preparedness. Learn more at the @SF_DPH Novel Coronavirus page:

Join the City and County of San Francisco for a free energy fair TODAY, 2/25 from 3-8p at the County Fair Building (1199 9th Ave). Explore interactive workshops, live demos, and exhibits to make your home healthier and more resilient! For more info:

Join us Monday, 3/2 from 3:30-5:30p as we re-open Turk-Hyde Mini Park! This free family event will feature a speaking program at 4pm along with art activities, light refreshments and fun for the whole family.

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Join us for the Buena Vista Park community meeting TODAY 2/24 at the Randall Museum (199 Museum Way) at 7pm. We'll share the initial plans and cost estimates for the restoration of Buena Vista Park. More info:

Day 24 of #BlackHistoryMonth2020 is for Rosa Parks. Her courage to stand up against segregation inspired the black community of Montgomery to boycott buses for over a year, which was a seminal event in the Civil Rights Movement.

A living tribute to a local legend: Yesterday, SF Rec & Park honored Rita Semel by planting a redwood tree in the Heroes Grove in Golden Gate Park, as family & friends joined for the small ceremony. Among many other accomplishments, Semel co-founded the SF Interfaith Council.

The OMI #LunarNewYear Celebration and Pop-Up Summer Resource Fair at the Minnie & Lovie Ward Rec Center is coming up on Saturday, February 29! Here's a sneak peek - a list of exhibitors that will be at the Pop-Up Fair: #SanFrancisco #Summer2020

Day 23 of #BlackHistoryMonth recognizes Oprah Winfrey. Survivor of sexual abuse as a young child in Mississippi, Oprah went on to become America's first black female billionaire. Media executive, network owner, philanthropist.

Join the Cosmic Elders for its quarterly live performance ft. some of SF's most creative older adults. This free event is at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts (50 Scott St) today, 2/23 from 2-4 p.m. For more info, call (916) 879-2073.

Day 22 of #BlackHistoryMonth2020 celebrates Nelson Mandela. 27 years in prison as an Anti-apartheid revolutionary, he was a political leader, and finally president, elected in the first democratic election in South Africa. Nobel Peace Prize winner. #Madiba

The baseball field at Holly Park has re-opened today after its annual winter closure and is ready for the upcoming 2020 baseball season!

Day 21 of #BlackHistoryMonth2020 is dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King. Leader of the Civil Rights movement, sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged and all victims of injustice through peaceful protest.

Mark your calendars! Beloved children's author Avi will be at #MainChildrensSFPL next month! Join us on Saturday, March 21st at 2:30 p.m. for a live author reading and book signing!

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