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Explore the art of ceramics alongside other local artists learning to work and create with clay!  Clay Classes for All Levels! more
Fern Alley (technically Fern Street and originally Fern Avenue) was built in the early 1900's after the great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Nestled between VanNess Avenue and Polk Street, the 100 block of Fern is always a sight to behold. Its... more
The Helen Wills Park was established in 1915 as the Spring Valley Playground. Helen Wills, born in Centerville (now part of Fremont) was 10 years old that year and practicing tennis with a passion. In 1922, the 17-year old UC Berkeley graduate (Phi B... more
Polk Street from Market Street to Beach Street and is one of the main thoroughfares of the Polk Gulch neighborhood traversing the Tenderloin, Nob Hill, and Russian Hill neighborhoods. There are lots of great bars, restaurants, and shops on the stre... more
Sips N Sews provides an environment for all sewists of any creative or experience level to be motivated and productive by bringing the necessities for sewing into one place at one low monthly price. more
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The Alliance Française is the official center of French Language and Culture in San Francisco. It is one of 1,085 Alliances that have been established in 138 countries around the world. more
Come and join us for lively worship, beautiful music, and a warm and embracing community. The main sanctuary is an acoustic and architectural marvel and our worship on Sunday mornings reflects the glory of the space! St. Peter's Hall, our recently r... more