Thursday, April 1, 2010

Sunday Streets: Be Part of the Buzz

First Sunday Streets in 2010 on the Embarcadero

It's not all about bikes, but they're part of the fun

Rock the Bike at 2009 Great Highway Sunday Streets

Testimonial: For me, San Francisco's Sunday Streets are too much fun to not be part of the action. Last year I volunteered for the outdoor celebrations in the Mission and along the Waterfront, and the experience gave me an insiders' view of San Franciscans enjoying their city streets. Even more, I felt the rush of helping make history as our city joined the international push to open streets to walkers, bicyclists, musicians, people-watchers, skaters, artists, and everyone out for a good day with friends and neighbors. I'm already signed up to help with this year's Sunday Streets, and I urge you to do the same. You've got lots of choices for dates and locations, but be sure to save Sunday, September 19th when Sunday Streets comes to NOPA and the Western Addition.

Each Sunday Street event relies on up to 250 volunteers. With two big days coming up in April, NOPA neighbors (and anyone else in the city) are needed to ... be part of something big and have a great time. Volunteers are always appreciated and Sunday Streets lets you know how much. For each easy 3 hour shift you'll get:
  • free lunch from a great local restaurant or caterer
  • a cool Sunday Streets T-shirt
  • a reusable goody bag filled with volunteers-only giveaways
  • invitations to special volunteer parties and events
Easy and quick to sign-up below for April's Sunday Streets:

And check out this great Streetsfilms view of a 2009 Sunday Streets:

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