SF Public Library card is free pass to Bay Area family fun

Your SF Public Library card gets you free passes to numerous San Francisco Bay Area attractions, like SF Museum of Modern Art, Exploratorium, Coit Tower, Rec and Parks pools, Cartoon Art Museum, Chinese Historical Society Museum, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Legion of Honor, and a great deal more.

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May 11: Free Family Wealth Forum

From the office of the San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu:

On May 11, 2019, Assessor Carmen Chu is bringing back by popular demand her Office’s community event to help San Francisco families build their financial futures, the Family Wealth Forum.

Often when speaking with community members, Assessor Chu receives questions about estate planning and passing on a family’s most valuable asset, their home. In response, she created the Family Wealth Forum as a one-stop shop to answer those questions, offering multilingual workshops and one-on-one counseling with experts.

We invite you to join us for this free community event on Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm at Southeast Community Facility, 1800 Oakdale Avenue.

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Sunnyside events double your Halloween fun this weekend

Sunnyside has two family events this weekend at the beautiful Sunnyside Conservatory that complement each other.

First, on Saturday, Oct 27 (1:30-4:30 PM), there is the Pumpkin-Carving event–create your dream pumpkin artwork at this free event (sponsored by Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory). Bring your own pumpkin. Pumpkin carving kits and tools, including tools for older children, will be provided.  More here.

Next, on Sunday, Oct 28 (6-7:30 PM) SNA is sponsoring the first annual Jack-o-Lantern Stroll, also free.

Share your work of pumpkin-art at the Conservatory — Drop off your carved pumpkin between 5-6 PM, and we will light it up safely and arrange them all in display. Come back–costumes strongly encouraged!–for the family-friendly party after 6 PM, with cookies and hot chocolate to share among the spooky pumpkin faces! (Your pumpkin can go home with your afterward.)

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