S.F. Department of Children, Youth and Families Announces Treasure Island Neighborhood Pop-Up Summer Resource Fair
Taking place Saturday April 6th at ShipShape Community Center.
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF), the Treasure Island Development Authority and One Treasure Island will host a DCYF Treasure Island Neighborhood Pop-Up Summer Resource Fair on Saturday April 6th between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM at the ShipShape Community Center, 850 Avenue I on Treasure Island. The Treasure Island Pop-Up Summer Resource Fair, one of 13 Pop-Up Fairs taking place throughout the City between February 15 and April 6th, will feature exhibitors that offer camps, classes, programs, and services both on-Island and across the City as a whole. The Treasure Island Resource Fair is free to attend. No registration is necessary - just show up, have some fun, and learn about the amazing resources San Francisco has to offer children, youth, and families!
**If you represent an organization/agency that would like to host a table at the Treasure Island Summer Resource Fair, please visit this link for more information.**
February 9th Citywide Summer Resource Fair:
The Citywide Summer Resource Fair will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 11am to 2pm at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park. The Citywide Summer Resource Fair will feature representatives from 150 summer camps, classes, programs, and services for toddlers to teens. The Fair will also feature a Kid Zone from the Recreation & Parks Department, the SF Public Library's Bookmobile, lots of giveaways, and lots of fun!
Can't make it to the Citywide Summer Resource Fair or the Treasure Island Pop-Up Resource Fair?
Come to any one (or all!) of the other 12 Pop-Up Summer Resource Fairs that will take place throughout San Francisco! The Pop-Up Summer Resource Fairs will feature exhibitors that offer camps, classes, programs, and services both to the local communities where the Pop-Ups will take place and across the City as a whole.