The first Inner Sunset Sundays of 2012 celebrated Sundays as a chance to do things that nourish our spirits and offer rest and relaxation – be it spending time with family and friends, doing a hobby, or something else.
The event was a lot of fun. Many people came, there was lots for them to do, and the atmosphere was warm and friendly. It was clear that the community valued being able to use the street as a place to gather and enjoy life.
Box Castle and cardboard sword fight: Build, cut up, and get lost in a massive network of boxes and swords. Kids only.
Craft table: Let your creativity flourish with a host of fun materials.
Interactive Infoboards: A “Where are you from?” survey, “Let’s form a new group” feature, and more.
Community Clothes line: Post your answer to the question of the month on the ISS clothes line.
Street games: Hula hoops, Foursquare, and more.
San Francisco Public Library: Information and interactive features from our local branch.
11am: Event begins
11am-12pm: Eric Morris classical guitarist
12-12:30pm: Children’s storytime with Olive Hackett-Shaughnessy
12:30-1:20pm: Robert V Doerr Jr accordionist
1:25pm: Kids Cardboard Sword Fight
1:30-2:00pm: Hip hop dance and lesson from Star Dance Studio
4-6pm: SF Rock Project
6:30-8pm: Sea chantey singalong
8-9:30pm: Big screen family movie