s If you miss live theater or dining out (literally these days!) free from the roar of traffic and stench of car exhaust, there are new upgraded happenings in the City to help you cope a little easier.
A.C.T. introduces its new all-digital Anywhere Pass, More popular Outdoor Dining Streets closed to traffic, and Happy 147th Birthday Cable Car! + more.
A.C.T. introduces its new all-digital Anywhere Pass:With the Anywhere Pass, you gain access to all of A.C.T.’s InterACT at Home performances and events, such as In Love and Warcraft, A Christmas Carol On Air, and more. Don't leave the house! Enjoy virtual theater from the comfort of your home through June 2021 for just $165.purchase pass here.
Happy 147th Birthday SF Cable Car!The line started regular service on September 1, 1873, and its success led it to become the template for other cable car transit systems. San Francisco’s cable cars are one of two National Historic Streetcar Landmarks in operation (New Orleans’ St. Charles streetcar line is the other), and both the continued operation and minimum level of serviceof our cable cars are locked into San Francisco’s City Charter.
SF Library launches new "Curbside Pickup" servicein Castro/Marina/Mission Bay:
SFPL To Go is Front Door Pick-up Service that safely delivers requested library materials to patrons at select library locations. It’s San Francisco Public Library’s version of “curbside pickup” providing a contact-free front door type service where patrons can queue up outside their buildings to pick up their requested books at the library entrance.
Check Which Libraries are Participating and How it Works here. and here for new expanded services.