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A new art piece on Bayview Hunters Point’s waterfront will be illuminated on February 26th on Cargo Way (between 3rd and Illinois) at 5:30 as part of an unveiling event with Supervisor Malia Cohen, SF Port Commissioners, SF Arts Commissioners, and the artists Haddad and Drugan.

The art piece, called “Bayview Rise,” has been noticed by locals and pictured in Bayview Footprints more than once.

“Once lit,” the Port’s David Beaupre tells Footprints, “the project is even more amazing.”

Chris Carlsson from FoundSF will lead an Ecological History tour on Saturday March 15th that will take participants through San Francisco’s lost sand dunes, ponds, creeks and coastline, including Heron’s Head Park, The Farm, and San Bruno Mountain. Chris promises “a social, historical and critical tour through the city’s ecological past and present.”

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Friends of Youngblood Coleman Park is applying to the Community Opportunity Fund Program to improve the Youngblood Coleman Park, and is holding a series of community meetings to generate ideas and support. An architecture team has been engaged for the project, and will be at the meetings.

Join in the conversation at the YBC Clubhouse located at 1398 Hudson (at Keith) on Tuesday, March 11th from 6 to 8pm; and Saturday, March 15th from 11am to 1pm.

For more information, call 415.977.6805.

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