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Ten eager residents took to the treetops Saturday at John McLaren Park in San Francisco, clambering through the soft opening of a new ropes course. The course, led by trained Outward Bound educators, was open for the first of four...

source: KGO-TV

Mayor London N. Breed announced the San Francisco Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Japanese Tea Garden will offer year-round, free admission to any visitors receiving government food assistance benefits.

source: Office of the San Francisco Mayor via San Francisco Patch

Mission Fed ArtWalk announces its return this year with a virtual experience beginning Saturday, Dec. 5. Instead of a weekend-long event, this virtual experience is running through Thursday, Dec. 31. This year marks 36 years of the premier fine arts festival which brings...

source: SDNews

There are 60,000 miles of hiking trails in the United States. A brisk walk will boost your mood, but...

source: By Amanda Ghosh

Online courses now available! This 'blended learning' environment will include 12 hours of pre-recorded learning modules, a 4-hour virtual training course with a live instructor, and a computer-based exam offered either at a professional testing site or online* from your...


CPRS Announces $25,000 Grants and Partnership with National Fitness Campaign CPRS announces that $25,000 Grants are now available to fifteen CPRS member organizations in 2020 to support them in joining the National...

source: CPRS


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