Tenderloin Sunday Streets is back Sunday, April 10th, from 11am to 4 pm, directly outside of Glide on the 300 block of Ellis Steet!
The Tenderloin (TL) Sunday Streets celebration is a neighborhood event and opportunity for the surrounding community to learn and experience the work and spirit of Glide through games, activities, delicious food and more. The Tenderloin Sunday Streets is a collaboration of both Glide Memorial Church and Glide Foundation.
Highlights include a performance by Glide Memorial Church Ensemble, a dance party with DJ King Most, and an opportunity to hear members of SpeakOut, throughout the day, on an open mic. Glide Memorial Church and Foundation is collaborating with Tenderloin Merchants Association, The Tenderloin Museum, The Tenderloin Congress and the TL Flea Market, hosted by TNDC.
The TL Sunday Streets will have a variety of activities. Some of the activities are face painting, carnival games, and fun competitive games such as, giant Jenga, chess, cards and dominoes. Along with games, there are interactive art projects, food, and a chance to win a raffle for a free book giveaway.
This is an opportunity for individuals in the Tenderloin Neighborhood to experience the joy of community and work we bring to Sunday Celebrations as a church and services we provide through programming as a foundation.
Below is a quick event overview of everything you need to know:
- Event: Sunday Streets SF, Tenderloin Neighborhood
- Date/Time: Sunday April 10, 2022 | 11am – 4pm
- Location: Directly outside GLIDE on the 300 block of Ellis, plus additional programming on Larkin Street and Golden Gate Avenue
- GLIDE Activities include: A dance party with DJ King Most, a performance by the GLIDE Ensemble (at 12:30pm), popcorn and corndogs, face painting, giant Jenga, bubble machines, interactive art projects, chess, cards and dominos, a free book giveaway, and more!!
- Other programming: Other highlights include a Thai New Year celebration hosted by The Tenderloin Merchants Association, Second Line Brass Band Procession hosted by The Tenderloin Museum, and the Tenderloin Flea Market hosted by TNDC and the Tenderloin People’s Congress