Since 1998 San Francisco has long honored its deep literary traditions by naming a city poet laureate, and now the search for the next poet laureate is on.
Nominate your top choice now at sfpl.org/poetlaureate.
The deadline to submit is July 31, 2020.
As the city’s first poet laureate, Lawrence Ferlinghetti said, “The center of literate culture in cities has always centered in the great libraries.”
Questions? Contact SFPL Public Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rethinking reopening, San Francisco postpones its next phase for 6/29. Now what? Most popular upcoming events SF Bay Area
SF Mayor London Breed held a press conference on Friday, June 26 to announce the City's next reopening phase, scheduled for Monday, 29, has been postponed.
San Francisco is super pricey to live in, but there’s always lots of fun, free
or cheap things to do… especially now, you just need to know where to look.
Check out these upcoming fun, but affordable events and things to do!
This is not all... lots more happening around town and the Bay Area!
List of Upcoming Bay Area Protests, June 28 - July 4
SF’s Only Outdoor Mini Golf Course Reopened this weekend!
No unsupervised kids under 12.
Online tickets with tee times are available for purchase on the website now.
$5.50 Drive-In Movie Night in Concord and San Jose
West Wind Drive In Locations:
– $8.25 adults, $1.75 kids 5-11 (kids 4 and under free)
– Tuesday night “Family Fun Night” is $5.50 per adult
– Most screens are double features – 2 movies for price of 1
– Start times for movies are around 8:30pm, but may change per dusktime.
Stern Grove's "Best of the Fest" Virtual Concert Series, June 14-Aug 16, 2020
Visit sterngrove.org for each Sunday’s lineup.
San Francisco’s City Hall and its state-of-the-art LED