Families, local businesses, community programs and visitors gathered at the Mission May 6 for its first of four Sunday Streets.

Sunday Streets is a neighborhood event that brings people together to promote health and community engagement.

Every first Sunday of the month from 11a.m. to 4p.m., several neighborhood streets are blocked off to vehicles and open to pedestrians, bicyclists and activities for people of all ages.

Some free activities people can participate in are yoga, Zumba and silent disco. People can listen to bands, as well as learn how to play musical instruments. Every Sunday Streets will have different activities, but there will always be something for everyone.


Sunday Streets 2012 Season Schedule (subject to change):
· March 11: Embarcadero
· April 15: Great Highway/Golden Gate park
· May 6: Mission
· June 3: Mission
· July 1: Mission
· July 22: Bayview/Dogpatch
· August 5: Mission
· August 26 Chinatown
· September 9: Western Addition/N. Panhandle Alamo Square
· October 21: Outer Mission/Excelsior

Visit sundaystreetssf.com for more information and a list of scheduled activities and performances.

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