Posts tagged Activation
Every first Friday is 4 Corner Friday! Go out & meet some neighbors!

Each first Friday of the month is “Four Corner Friday!” Community groups and neighbors are encouraged to go out; mix, mingle, and meet some new people. Find us stationed in front of the TLCBD Office (512 Ellis St) and look for balloons throughout the neighborhood.

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Life of a Pilot Program, and Why We Want to Get Back to the Turk-Hyde Mini Park

The Turk Hyde Mini Park Pilot Program was a great success. TLCBD and our partners set out to create a safe, clean, welcoming atmosphere on an extremely troubled park. We cultivated community member buy-in while transforming the negative uses of the park into positive experiences. During the pilot program, we served 2,308 people and programmed 123 activations. Most of all, we invested in people, and the people made the difference.

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Tenderlion Talk Live Thank You, More to Come

Thank you to all the community members who joined us for Tenderloin Talk Live at the Hamilton on September 7th. Stay tuned to the next issue of Tenderloin Talk e-newsletter for a full recap and next steps ahead of our next event in December.

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Every First Friday, It's 4 Corner Friday. Plus Block Fest At CounterPulse

In addition to the usual neighborhood-wide celebratory spirit of 4 Corner Friday, head over to 80 Turk for CounterPulse's Block Fest. All happening between 3-5pm at various corners throughout the Tenderloin this Friday September 1st.

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Turk & Hyde Mini Park Pilot Expands Hours, Programs

On Thursday July 13th, from 2-2:30pm, Skywatchers vocalist Rita Whitaker will perform a cappella renditions of spiritual and R & B hits. Please join us in the fun. 

Are you a potential programming partner? Apply for a Turk-Hyde Mini Pilot program activator grant. Micro grant opportunities for funding activations up to $500.

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City Aims To Unify Civic Center Spaces To Create Neighborhood Park [Hoodline]

After decades of fragmented management, the public plazas between City Hall and the United Nations Plaza — UN Plaza, Civic Center Plaza and Fulton Street between the Main Library and the Asian Art Museum — could be unified through the Civic Center Commons initiative.

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