Sunday Streets Bayview will reclaim the streets with an abundance of family activities, music, and community and health resources, May 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Programs include Bayview Hunters Point YMCA Healthy Kids Day with bouncy houses and group exercise classes; live jazz, blues and soul music hosted by Bayview Senior Services and sponsored by SF African American Arts and Cultural District (SFAAACD); a free rock climbing, swimming and baseball clinic at Bay View Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Pool by SF Recreation and Parks; Exhibit of Bayview Portraits and SFUSD Art Department performances inside the historic Bayview Opera House; and, free kites and food giveaways, massage therapies and more fun for the whole family.
The new event route includes Oakdale Avenue, Lane Street, Keith Street and Third Street, with additional activities on Revere Avenue and Yosemite Avenue. Residents and visitors are invited to stroll, play, exercise in a pop-up recreational facility or guided class, collect resources and support Bayview businesses along the route. For event details and activity guide, visit SundayStreetsSF.com/Bayview.
WHAT: Sunday Streets Bayview press conference
WHO: Shamann Walton, District 10 Supervisor
Jeffrey Tumlin, Director, SF Municipal Transit Agency
Dr. Sheryl Evans Davis, Director, SF Human Rights Commission
Phil Ginsburg, General Manager, SF Department of Recreation and Parks
Dr. Grant Colfax, director, SF Department of Public Health, guest
Tacing Parker, Senior Executive Director, Bayview Hunters Point YMCA
Cathy Davis, Executive Director, Bayview Senior Services
Ericka Scott, Director of Cultural District Projects, SFAAACD
Katy Birnbaum, Director, Sunday Streets
WHEN: Sunday, May 22, 2022, from noon to 1 p.m.
WHERE: Bay View Park & Martin Luther King Jr. Pool Music Stage (on Armstrong Avenue between Third Street and Keith Street)