Historical photo of Ocean Beach in the 1940s.
The public is invited to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the San Francisco Model Yacht Club at Spreckels Lake in Golden Gate Park on Sunday, Sept. 16, starting at 9:30 a.m.
Photo from 1910 at Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park.
A listing of this season’s remaining concerts.
The Golden Gate Park Golf Course has reopened in a temporary trailer after a July 2 fire destroyed its clubhouse.
An emergency supplies box would contain important communications equipment and other supplies to aid in assessing damage and injuries, the need for rescue, care and relief and communication coordination during the height of an emergency before city, state and federal authorities can mobilize.
$2.4 Million Project Aims to Make Park More Accessible By Thomas K. Pendergast In the northeast corner of Golden Gate Park there are about three miles of trails winding through the trees and shrubs on almost […]
A free all-star concert, dubbed “Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2,” was held at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park on June 20.
At a community meeting held in June at the San Francisco County Fair Building, representatives from the San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) presented two concepts for revamping the intersection, along with plans to add a block of Ninth Avenue, between Lincoln Way and Irving Street, into the project.
The SF Model Yacht Club has opened its summer sailing season, with numerous model yacht enthusiasts taking their model boats out for a journey across Spreckels Lake.
Great Blue Herons can be seen nesting at Stow Lake.
The annual Pacific Orchid Exposition was held at the Hall of Flowers, located in Golden Gate Park, at the end of February.
The Best Buddies Friendship Walk is the number one walk in the country raising awareness and funds to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
For Wayne Hiroshima and Bill Lafferty, working as assistant gardeners in Golden Gate Park around plants, animals and birds, places them regularly in the life cycle. They discover how plants, animals, birds and humans are all interdependent on each other.
To decrease San Francisco’s dependency on the Hetch Hetchy water system, which delivers water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the SF Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and the SF Recreation and Park Department are in the process of switching to “recycled” water for irrigating Golden Gate and Lincoln parks and the Presidio.