On Saturday, March 22 from 1pm to 5pm, stop by Kezar Triangle (that funny little bit of land between the stadium, Frederick Street and Kezar Drive) to check out the the results of a renovation that revamped walkways, improved irrigation, added native plant landscaping and established art installations. The project was pulled off in part with the little help of a $500,000 donation from the David and Carla Crane Foundation.
The festivities, which also mark the first day of spring (amen) will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony (1:30pm), live music, face painting, circus trick workshops, and some talks about the new landscaping.
You'll be able to meet San Francisco Rec and Parks general manager Phil Ginsburg, your very own D5 Supervisor London Breed, and the Park Alliance's executive director, Matt O'Grady.
This is a big deal because, according to the Friends of Kezar Triangle, "Kezar Triangle was revitalized to promote a holistic approach to place that combines art, ecology and community engagement."