An amazing resource to the Bernal Heights area.   Fun, education, community. Everyone, young or old, experienced or still learning, is welcome to join our community workdays held from 12noon - 5pm every 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month and t... more
* To provide the Arab community in the Bay Area and neighboring regions with a physical base for cultural activities, where a sense of belonging and unity are strengthened. * To teach the younger generation of Arabs about the components of their cul... more
There are tons of opportunities at the Bayanihan Community Center to volunteer, learn and connect to a variety of local groups.    The event space is also a voting center on election days.    Values Bayanihan - Commun... more
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Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center (BHNC) works to preserve and enhance the ethnic, cultural and economic diversity of Bernal Heights and surrounding neighborhoods.  We promote community action to build a just and equitable community for all and... more
The Betty Ann Ong Chinese Recreation Center has served one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in San Francisco for over 60 years.   Today, the center is a state-of-the-art recreation destination, open to the public. more
Events held every last Saturday of each month and some events in between.  ALL events are FREE, unless otherwise specified on flyer / invitation. more
A neighborhood space for community events in South of Market (SoMa) district. more
Building on a reputation of service to the needs of a diverse community of rich history and culture, we focus on guiding the development of youth and young adults. more
From its setting in a national park, Crissy Field Center offers a wide variety of programs and amenities that connect the diverse population of the Bay Area to urban environmental issues. Working in partnership with the National Park Service and Bay... more
At Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco, we inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. more
The EcoCenter at Heron's Head Park is the first environmental education facility in southeast San Francisco.  As a division of bay.org, the EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park’s mission is to protect, restore, and inspire conservation of... more
Ella Hill Hutch Community Center features an indoor basketball court, four outdoor tennis courts, and a children's play area with two identical play structures. more
The Eureka Valley Rec Center offers a wide selection of groups, clubs and classes at this vibrant community center in the Castro District. After a full renovation, the indoor basketball court and play area look brand new again.  The auditorium,... more
The Excelsior Community Center is an organization that fosters the ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity of Bernal Heights and its surrounding neighborhoods. The center also has after-school and summer programs. more
We stand for paninindigan, where social, cultural, political and economic rights are respected; where relationships are based on equality; and where people actively work for a just society. We believe in pakikipagkapwa and diversity, where people fr... more
The Fillmore Heritage Center, in the heart of the Historic Fillmore Jazz Preservation District, is an amazing venue, with spaces available for rent on an hourly and daily basis.  more
Youth programs play a starring role at this busy Recreation Center in the SOMA neighborhood. Facilities include a full indoor gymnasium, activity room, weight room, auditorium, outdoor basketball court and playground. Badminton and volleyball courts,... more
The pool and adjacent recreation center, this stunning new swimming facility features a large, heated pool and not one, but two, indoor water slides, the only ones in the city.  Available for rentals and that one-of-a-kind swimming party you alw... more
Six twenty five yard lanes with racing blocks, two water slides, smaller pool for younger children, locker rooms with hot showers and lockers (no locks provided).  For more information call (415) 292-2008. ------- Get active! Whether yo... more
Overlooking beautiful Duboce Park, the Harvey Milk Center for the Recreational Arts is as unique as the Civil Rights leader it was named for. Originally dedicated to the Performing Arts, the building, commonly called “Drama, Dance & Music&r... more
The Hayes Valley Playground is little quarter-acre inner city playground and clubhouse. The clubhouse is a regular gathering space for residents and provides much needed programming for youth from the neighborhood.  The playground is a stone's t... more
Founded in 1985 by I.T. Bookman, a member of the neighboring Pilgrim  Community Church, and largely supported by the Church and it's members, the I.T. Bookman Community Center was built on the foundation of a communal need for multipurpose space... more
The mission of Manilatown Heritage Foundation is to promote social and economic justice for Filipinos in America by preserving our history, advocating for equal access, and advancing our arts and culture.  It's a place for gathering, rememberin... more
The JCCCNC is proud to serve the community with programs, events and providing a safe, clean facility. Owned and operated by the community, we work to preserve and promote Japanese  and Japanese American culture, heritage and community.  W... more
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The JCCSF has provided educational, social, cultural and fitness programs to the community since 1877. Open to all ages, faiths and backgrounds, it offers a state-of-the-art fitness center, world-class performances and lectures, three outstanding pre... more
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Visit this thriving community center in the Bayview District and you'll find a wide selection of games, sports, programs and classes. Play basketball, ping-pong, tetherball or air hockey. Join a pickup game on the multipurpose field or sign up for an... more
The old YMCA has been turned into housing for the homeless, but the Auditorium is still used for events of all kinds. more
A secret SF space for community events you actually want to attend. more
Choose from a wide selection of programs and classes at this sparkling new Recreation Center. The renovated building includes a gymnasium, community room, teen center, multipurpose rooms, arts and crafts room, preschool, kitchen and weight room. A la... more
Mission Arts is an art destination site in heart of the Mission. Located on Treat and 21st Street, the facility plays host to some of the City’s finest music, dance, and visual art offerings in an open and diverse community setting. more
The Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF is an exciting new meeting and event destination, centered in UCSF's new 43-acre life sciences campus for teaching and research. more
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The mission of Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center is to provide recreational, vocational and educational opportunities for people with disabilities through programs and services that encourage self-expression, promote personal achievement,... more
Through culturally appropriate community-based services, MNC Youth programs nurture positive change in the lives of the highest risk youth and their families in the communities they live in. We promote cultural affirmation, social awareness, and comm... more
Quesada Gardens Initiative has been building community in San Francisco's Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood since 2002. Our vision of a socially just, sustainable community starts with empowering locals to define their environment and to connect wit... more
recess provides children ages 0-7, & their adults, a community oriented playspace, great kids classes, education and fitness for adults, a venue for birthday parties, and a center for wellness.  recess offers: ·    a plays... more
The 63,000 square-foot San Francisco Kroc Center redefines what a community center is all about. The unprecedented place of gathering and enrichment houses an array of education, sports, faith, arts and supportive programs. The programs, as well as t... more
The San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center (SFFCC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to celebrate, through arts and culturally sensitive programming, the Filipino community’s past, present and future contributions to the C... more
The Slovenian Hall benefits and promotes the education, culture, community, and welfare of the Slovenian people. It provides the Bay Area's Slovenian American community with a home where many Slovenian organizations and lodges meet. more
The Southeast Community Facility (SECF) was established by the City as a mitigation measure in return for the Bayview Hunters Point (BVHP) community’s acceptance of the Southeast Water Treatment Plant in the midst of their neighborhood. The operatio... more
We are the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, but you can call us TEL HI for short. We bring people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds together, and we try to help everyone in a bunch of different ways. You’ll find a broad range of program... more
Programs offer homework assistance along with reading, cooking and sewing classes, arts & crafts, roller skating, and sports. There are various programs for teens during drop-in hours. more
We’re excited to announce that 826 Valencia has expanded beyond its flagship location on Valencia with a second writing and tutoring center to support San Francisco’s Tenderloin community.  The center is open Monday-Friday from 11am... more
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The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect our diverse community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and our allies. When visitors arrive at the Cent... more
A maker space for everyone! We host, workshops, events and camps designed around the machines available at our facilities. Our mission is to help anyone find their niche in the ever-growing world of creativity and personal passion. more
The University Club of San Francisco is housed in a historic and architecturally significant Clubhouse, designed by local architects Walter Bliss and William Faville, and built shortly after the 1906 earthquake. The Clubhouse is distinguished in the... more
The Town of Los Altos Hills was incorporated on January 27, 1956. Before then, residential development was constrained by numerous factors, including lack of a dependable water supply. Water from wells and creek beds was safe, but not always adequate... more
We started out in 2011 making small batches of wood products and selling them to stores around the country. The products were successful, but after a while, we felt as though there was something missing. We thought long and hard about the purpose of... more