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  1. Golden Gate Park 150th Anniversary: A Photographic Collection

    April 4, 2020 - April 3, 2021, 12:00 AM @ Harvey Milk Photo Center

    This special project changed gears rather quickly in light of the current global pandemic and the project transformed from the planned classic gallery setting to a virtual gallery experience. The call for art was to capture unique sources of inspiration within this beautiful haven – a favorite spot, place, time of day, motif – that spoke to each photographer on a very personal level. We applaud the many photographers who contributed to this exhibit with their many beautiful and arresting images. View this virtual gallery at the link! Photo Courtesy of Gary Wagner

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  2. Harvey Milk 90th Birthday Photo Exhibit

    May 22, 2020 - July 1, 2020

    In honor of what would have been Harvey Milk's 90th birthday on Friday, May 22, the Harvey Milk Photo Center and artist Dan Nicoletta have created an amazing virtual photo exhibit that highlights Milk's life and legacy. His contributions to San Francisco and the world as an activist, politician and LGBTQ pioneer continue to influence our society and culture. Learn more about him through his life's images at the link.

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  3. Glen Canyon Park- A Virtual Stroll

    May 29, 2020 - July 31, 2020, 12:00 PM

    Nestled among San Francisco’s Glen Park, Diamond Heights, and Miraloma Park neighborhoods, the 70-acre Glen Canyon Park offers a spectacular assortment of hiking options that range from a relaxing stroll to hair-raising with a view. The park encompasses the site of the first commercial manufacturing of dynamite in the U.S. It incorporates the free-flowing Islais Creek and the associated riparian habitat, an extensive grassland with adjoining trees that supports breeding pairs of red-tailed hawks and great horned owls, prominent rock outcrops, and arid patches covered by “coastal scrub” plant communities. In all, about 63 acres of the park and hollow are designated as undeveloped natural area. Take this virtual stroll of the park courtesy of photographer Jim Watkins and the Harvey Milk Photo Center at the web link.

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  4. Trail Corps Volunteer Day (Cancelled)

    May 30, 2020, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Glen Canyon Trails

    Calling all trail fans! Do you love hiking trails in San Francisco? Want to be part of the team that builds and maintains your favorite trails in the city? The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department's Urban Trails Program invites you to join us for monthly work parties, where you will gain valuable experience in the basics of trail maintenance and learn more about the new volunteer Trail Corps. This volunteer group will help us maintain over 30 miles of urban trails in parks throughout the city from Glen Canyon to Mount Davidson! Volunteers will work alongside program staff and other trails enthusiasts, learning all aspects of trail design, construction and maintenance, while enjoying the great outdoors in some of the city's most beautiful natural areas. For more information and to register, email recparkvolunteer@sfgov.org

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  5. Trail Engagement Program (Cancelled)

    May 31, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ The EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park

    Learn about the EcoCenter & Heron’s Head Park and explore what’s native to the bay from its flora to fauna. 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, call the facility at (415) 676-1394.

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  6. Randall Museum's Virtual Bug Party

    May 31, 2020, 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    This year the Randall Museum’s very popular annual event Bug Day morphed into Bug Month and went virtual throughout month of May, celebrating insects with fun at-home activities for families featuring science and art exploration, games, contests, demonstrations, and more. The insect-inspired extravaganza culminates at 1pm, on Sunday, May 31 with a BUG PARTY ONLINE. The Randall Museum will host a 30-minute live-streaming event on the museum's social media platform. Families can join the fun from the shelter of their own homes, take a virtual tour of the Randall’s Animal Room to meet the museum’s insect ambassadors, Ask the Curator questions about bugs of all sorts, do the Waggle Dance, and cheer on their favorite insect Olympians in the Randall Racetrack event.

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