Join us for three neighborhood celebrations this weekend, and a virtual community meeting next week!
Virtual Community Meeting
Please join us for a District 4 Community Update on Senior Services and Housing this Wednesday, September 14th from 5-6pm. We will have presenters from nonprofit partners and the City to speak about key resources and new initiatives to support seniors:
Self-Help for the Elderly
SF Disability and Aging Services
SF Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development
The Autumn Moon or Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important celebrations in Chinese culture, rooted in thousands of years of tradition. After years of limited gathering during the pandemic, this year our office is proud to support a historic number of Autumn Moon celebrations across the Sunset.
This is a time for gathering, giving thanks, and being in community -- we hope you can come out and join us!
The District 4 celebrations kick off Saturday morning, with the return of the official Sunset Autumn Moon Festival! Presented by the newly formed Sunset Chinese Cultural District with the support and collaboration of many community and neighborhood groups, this isn't one to miss.
Join us for music, performances, kids activities, and free COVID-19 vaccinations at the 2550 Irving St. parking lot from 11am to 3pm this Saturday.
The fun continues Saturday evening on the Great Highway, for a Mid Autumn Festival Twilight celebration. There will activities for the whole family to enjoy, with face painting, a lantern parade, and blacklight chalk art. Come by at 5pm on the Great Highway at Irving.
The weekend of celebrations will close out at the Outer Sunset Farmers and Mercantile. In addition to the weekly offerings of farm-fresh produce and locally-made wares, this week's market will be Autumn Festival themed, with lion dancers and lantern making crafts!
Join the fun from 9am to 3pm this Sunday, on 37th Avenue between Ortega and Quintara.