Find out what to do with the kids this summer at the city’s annual Summer Resource Fair on March 8th at Balboa High School. It starts at 10 a.m. and some 160 exhibitors will be there offering you alternatives for the summer.
SF Rec and Park offers camps for tots including “Tot Olympics” and “Look What I Made,” Fun After Summer School for children attending summer school; Shred N’ Butter Skateboarding Camp that teaches kids skateboarding in parks safely; and Teen Fun, a community team camp for future teen leaders.
In addition, SF Rec and Park works with parents of children with disabilities to register any of the camp programs and provide appropriate support, including Camp Azure, a discovery camp experience for children with autism.
You can find more information here.
“The summer months are a crucial time for young people, particularly young people from low income families,” Maria Su, executive director of the Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (DCYF), said in a press release about the fair.
The agency funds 76 summer-specific programs — many of which will be exhibitors at the Summer Resource Fair — as well as after school and year-round programs in every neighborhood in San Francisco.