Sunday Streets schedule is out

The Mission neighborhood and the Great Highway made the Sunday Streets roster twice this year.

A recent listing of all the dates and 'hoods shows they start on March 20 at the Embarcadero and continues through October in the Mission.

The event once a month blocks vehicles from major neighborhood thoroughfares and brings dozens of recreational activities — such as yoga — to the street. Sometimes wealthy financer Warren Hellman foots the bill for live music too.

Here’s a link to the list of dates below:

March 20:
Kick-off event along the Embarcadero from Fisherman’s Wharf to Mission Bay
April 10: Great Highway to  Golden Gate Park, also known as the ‘Penguins to Penguins’ route
May 8: Mission route, including the popular route along 24th and Valencia Streets
June 12: Bayview route, 3rd Street from Mission Bay, Dogpatch to the Bayview Opera House
July 10: Great Highway route #2
August 14: Civic Center/Tenderloin route
September 11: Western Addition route, including North of Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore and Japantown neighborhoods
October TBD: Mission route #2

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