Mission Sunday Streets

Sunday Streets is coming to the Mission on October 23rd from 11am to 4pm. It will start at Duboce and Valencia and end at 24th St and Hampshire.

Street Activities include:

· Swing Dance lessons (Valencia/14th)

· Freedom from Training Wheels, by SFBC (Valencia/15th)

· Free Bike Rentals provided by Bike & Roll (Valencia/15th)

· Free Bike Repairs by Sports Basement (Valencia/15th), Freewheel (24th/Shotwell)

· Pet programs (Valencia/19th)

· Yoga (Valencia/16th and 20th)

· ABADA Capoera (Valencia/21st)

· Community info and programs (Valencia/23rd)

· Trike Music Fest and SF Carnival (24th/Bartlett)

· Mission Cultural Center programs (24th St BART Plazas)

· Black Rock Roller Disco, by D Miles- free skates, lessons (24th/Shotwell)

· Activities for kids – Mission YMCA, Head Start, Mission Girls (24th/Treat)

· UCSF Children’s Health Hut- free youth health screenings & info (24th/Treat)

· B-Boy Connection Hip Hop Dance and Lowrider expo (24th/Harrison)

· Rock the Bike live performances (24th/Florida)

· Community performances and cultural activities- BRAVA Theater (24th/York)

Sunday Streets is a free event with a purpose to encourage health, community and fun. During the Sunday Streets event, the streets are temporarily closed off to traffic and opened up to pedestrians and bicyclists. People can enjoy the route by strolling, skating, cycling, people-watching, and checking out local businesses along the rout. Others can go on free group events such as tai chi, yoga, aerobics and other activities which will be spaced out along the route.

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For questions or more info email  sundaystreets@gmail.com or visit Sunday Streets

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About MiCoCo

The Mission Community Council (MiCoCo) is an organization of Mission District community organizations, faith groups, neighborhood associations, and public departments that have united to promote the well-being of San Francisco's Mission District. The Council strengthens the neighborhood by expanding the community’s skill bank and by increasing opportunities for the families, and residents, of this diverse, working class, immigrant, and Latino community.
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