As part of the San Francisco Department of Public Health and staffed by clinicians, nurses, doctors and other medical professionals, the Balboa Teen Health Center offers free physicals for youths ages 12-18 years. Get your teen ready for the new s
Don't forget! Today is the deadline to turn in all paperwork for Round 1 enrollment for K-12 public schools in San Francisco!
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Pay it forward by volunteering with Hands On Bay Area. HOBA is always in search of project leaders. If you would like to lead by example, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit hoba.org to see where your family can help.
Children from toddlers to teens are invited to drop in and explore their imaginations! Classes vary from small-scale projects for little artists to large murals for youth. Please visit the website for a complete schedule. Classes are offered Tuesd
Drop in at the Museum of Children's Art in Oakland for Art du Jour with a variety of materials and projects. Find out the monthly theme by visiting the website. The studio is open 10am-1pm on Wednesdays through Saturdays for children ages 18 month
Looking to design a new dress or work on that Halloween costume? Wee Scotty teaches kids (and adults) to sew, creating one of a kind pieces in the process. For those that are multi-tasking during the school year, Wee Scotty has added drop-in class
Enjoy a fun hour of knitting, snacking, and making new friends. Bring your favorite knitting projects and learn new tricks to make your projects even groovier. If you don't know how to knit, learn the basics and get started. Light refreshments