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Golden Mile Family Programs

Join us for a variety of family programs at the Golden Mile Project, located at East JFK Drive. The yellow themed installation that is part of the project, titled You Are Here, features Ginkgo trees, a free library, and seating. Most importantly, You Are Here will be available for the public to enjoy through February 2023.


This space activation is in collaboration with Illuminate.orgSF Recreation & Parks and local landscape firm Fauvescraper Studio. Read more about the Golden Mile Project here

Please RSVP below to secure your registration. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions.

Golden Mile Family Programs
Golden Mile Family Programs
Programs through February
San Francisco,
John F Kennedy Dr, San Francisco, CA, USA

Story Time

Sundays - December 4th, January 15th, February 19th


Join the Helen Crocker Russell Library for silly songs and lively readings of great nature-themed stories on the Golden Mile. Recommended for ages 4-8. 

Please RSVP above to secure your registration.

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Scientific Sketching

Wednesday, December 14th

Great for all ages, leaf rubbings, smudge art and exploring plant material from all 3 GGGP locations. Colored pencils, paper and crayons supplied for all ages to draw what they see around them on the Golden Mile.

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Botanical Blueprints

Wednesday, January 4th

Create rubbings of pressed plants from the Conservatory of Flowers - plus check out some live plants!

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Create a finger pollinator

Wednesday, January 18th

Decorate your own bee or butterfly finger pollinator with pipe cleaners and colored pencils and learn about them in the process. Help move pollen all along the Golden Mile.

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Herb Sachets

Wednesday, February 15th

Create your own herb sachet with plant material from the Children's Garden and learn about why the plants create these smells.

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Directions from SFBG to the You Are Here site

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