Randall Museum, with its focus on nature and animals, will reopen on Oct. 2. (Courtesy Quincy Stamper/Randall Museum)

Randall Museum, with its focus on nature and animals, will reopen on Oct. 2. (Courtesy Quincy Stamper/Randall Museum)

Most SF recreation centers have reopened

Proof of vaccination required for most visitors

Most recreation centers in San Francisco reopened on Tuesday, according to The City’s Recreation and Parks Department.

All visitors must show that they have been vaccinated (except for people ineligible for vaccine, including children younger than 12 years old), before they can enter a recreation center.

Some of the two dozen centers are not yet open, however. The Harvey Milk Photo Center will reopen Sept. 15. The Randall Museum will reopen Oct. 2 and the Golden Gate Park Senior Center will reopen Jan. 4.

For more information, visit https://sfrecpark.org/685/Recreation-Facilities.

— Bay City News

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