San Francisco Botanical Garden Community Day | Celebrating 75 Years With Food & Drink, Tours, Music & More

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SF Botanical Garden 75th Anniversary Community Day

Community Day at the Botanical Garden! 2015 marks 75 years since San Francisco Botanical Garden opened to the public as a place of beauty, learning and inspiration. To honor this anniversary, we’ve designed a day just for you.

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SF Botanical Garden 75th Anniversary Community Day Info:

SF Botanical Garden 75th Anniversary Community DaySF Botanical Garden 75th Anniversary Community Day
May 31, 10AM-5PM

San Francisco Botanical Garden
More info: sfbotanicalgarden.org

Begin by immersing yourself in the beauty of this urban sanctuary with a meditative walking tour, a bird walk or yoga class. Kids of all ages can enjoy a nature sing-a-long in the morning and explore the Garden through an array of activities all day long.

In the Great Meadow, enjoy family-friendly performances that reflect the Garden’s global collections. Then travel the world within our 55 acres with docent-led tours, and roving docents who are available to answer questions all day long, so don’t be shy!

Visit the Eastern end of the Great Meadow and the Library for more activities for adults and children. Indulge in multicultural cuisines at Off the Grid food trucks, and enjoy local beer, wine and specialty cocktails around the Fountain Plaza. Complete your day with some Nature Readings in the Redwood Grove or a calming Tea Ritual in the Fragrance Garden.

More info: sfbotanicalgarden.org

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