Opening Celebration 3/22

Opening Celebration poster


Come celebrate the equinox & park improvements at the Kezar Triangle!

Community Picnic (bring your own food & some to share!)
Live music with Rusty Stringfield and Ukelele Rebellion
DIY Giant bubbles
Create with nature space
Craft workshops
Circus Skills
And more!

You are cordially invited to join Supervisor London Breed, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department General Manager Phil Ginsburg, San Francisco Parks Alliance, Friends of Kezar Triangle and park advocates for the celebration of the Kezar Triangle Opening.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

1:30 p.m.
Welcome Remarks and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
SF Rec and Park Department General Manager Phil Ginsburg and San Francisco Parks Alliance Executive Director Matt O’Grady welcome Supervisor London Breed, Friends of Kezar Triangle, community members and parks advocates. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place to celebrate the recent improvements to Kezar Triangle.

1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Kezar Triangle Celebration
The celebration activities include brief discussions about the landscape and the Plot to Grow Art project, create with nature activities, circus skills workshop and face painting, bubble making, and music. Event attendees are encouraged to picnic during the event.

Kezar Triangle is a 2.8 acre multipurpose grass meadow located between Kezar Drive, Arguello Boulevard, and Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park. With significant support from the David and Carla Crane Foundation, Kezar Triangle was revitalized to promote a holistic approach to place that combines art, ecology and community engagement. More than $500,000 has been donated by the David and Carla Crane Foundation to the San Francisco Parks Alliance and Friends of Kezar Triangle. Improvements include adding native plants to the landscape, upgrading the irrigation system, and installing new accessible pedestrian pathways. Landscape design was created through a community process led by Friends of Kezar Triangle with Miller Company Landscape Architects. In addition Friends of Kezar Triangle are working with community members, San Francisco Rec and Parks Department, and the San Francisco Arts Commission to install temporary nature-based art.

Hope to see you there!

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