October 19th, Two Civic Center-related Events For The Tenderloin Community
This Thursday October 19th, two opportunities to engage with and enjoy the open spaces to our south, respectively. First up, a civic engagement opportunity to learn about the redesign of Civic Center and UN Plaza under the Civic Center Public Realm Plan. Second, free family-friendly fun during the final in a series of events dubbed, #CommonsThursdays.
Community Meeting to learn about Civic Center Public Realm Plan.
October 19th, 4-5:30pm 145 Taylor Street, Curran Community Room
Tenderloin residents are invited to gather to discuss the renovation of the Civic Center/UN Plaza. The City of San Francisco is renovating this area under the Civic Center Public Realm Plan. If you are a Tenderloin resident or care about how this plan affects Tenderloin residents, attend the meeting next week at 145 Taylor Street in the Curran Community Room.
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The Commons Block Party on Third Thursdays, October 19th 5-9pm
Civic Center Plaza, UN Plaza, and Fulton Street between Asian Art Museum Main Library
The Commons on 3rd Thursdays is a series of FREE family-friendly events held on the third Thursday evening of each month through October 2017. The event features live music on three stages, food trucks, over-21 beverages, and activities for all ages from 5pm to 9pm.
Returning this Thursday, the Church of 8 Wheels will be providing a free skate rentals, along with disco tunes and roller rink for your skating (and people watching) pleasure.
The Commons on 3rd Thursdays event series grew out of the Civic Center Commons initiative, a strategic effort led by the City of San Francisco and community partners to transform daily experiences in these public spaces and create a unified, inclusive civic “commons”.