Sunday Streets 2011 promises to be the longest season yet – with the street party offering up a double dose of entertainment in September. It’s not yet on the website calendar, but organizers say September 18th will be the big day for Chinatown/North Beach. There’s also a city-wide ping pong tournament about to be officially announced.
The big block party is now four years strong and is a fabulous way for neighbors to meet one another.
Also scheduled on September 11th is the Western Addition route, including North of Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore and Japantown neighborhoods. This past Sunday was Civic Center/Tenderloin. The Mayor and his group were out shaking hands as the political season powers up. They were handing out flyers announcing the upcoming kickoff of Lee’s new campaign headquarters on Market. But politics aside, the Mayor can’t say enough about how this signature event celebrates diverse communities throughout San Francisco.
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