Free days at the Academy of Sciences, Clement Street food news and volunteers sign people up to vote.  Those are some of the headlines from the Richmond SF blog.

Get an up close look at the Academy of Sciences for free… This Friday through Sunday, the Academy of Sciences is once again offering free admission for San Francisco residents. Those living in the 94115, 94118, 94121, and 94129 can get free admission by providing a valid photo ID with proof of residency. Each visiting adult is limited to six children for free entry.

New restaurant opens, one closes for remodeling… Clement Street has always been a great place to find a wide variety of different ethnic cuisines and restaurants. And that trends continues as Steins, an American/German eatery, has opened in the former Burma Tea Leaf space at 731 Clement St. There is also news that King of Thai Noodle House a block down is closed through September 30 for remodeling.

Getting out the vote… This past weekend, nearly a hundred volunteers held a voter registration drive as the November 8 election nears. The drive was organized by Executive Director of the Chinese American Voters Education Committee David Lee. He said the goal is “to help the Richmond vote and to train young people to apply themselves towards improving the neighborhood.” The Chinese American Voters Education Committee will be out every weekend until the election, helping to register voters.



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