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Saturday, March 8th
10am to 2pm
Balboa High School (new location)
1000 Cayuga Ave., SF
Discover summer camps for all ages, summer classes and teen programs.
Sponsored by DCYF, SFUSD, and SF Rec & Park. Share the flyer with your friends, schools and family (English, Spanish and Chinese). Check out the You Tube video for information.
Watch for updated details and camp discounts on SFkids.org Facebook page and camp pages. See our SFkids.org Out of School Time page for camp listings.
Stop by the SFkids table to register for prizes- family scavenger hunt, mom's night out and more!
Teen Time at the Fair
Applying to Jobs & Interview Like a Pro Workshop.
Do you stress out when you think about filling out a job application or going in for an interview? Don't sweat it! In this workshop, you'll learn how to stand out in a stack of applications and how to answer tricky online application questions. You'll also learn how to prepare for interviews by practicing how to answer common interview questions.
Trainers: Justin Brown from JVS, Amy Thole from Matchbridge, and Helen Lee from EHSS
Sessions will begin at 10:30-11:45 & 12:30-1:45. Youth can drop-in throughout each session but recommendation that they come at beginning to experience full spectrum of information.
See you at the fair!
San Francisco' s Official Family Resource Guide since 2007
Funded through SF Children's Fund
Free Family Adventures
The FAMILY PASS is only valid for
San Francisco families with children up to age 18.
Did you know you can also visit a local Rec and Park swimming pools?
- Visit any San Francisco Public Library
- Choose a Participating Attraction
- Use your San Francisco Public Library Card to check out a FAMILY PASS. Library card holder must be present at checkout. Only one pass may be checked out on a library card at a time.
Have you told your friends and school community about SFkids.org lately?