Notes on the neighborhood: cheap movie tickets, juggling clowns and theater classes

Notes on the neighborhood: cheap movie tickets, juggling clowns and theater classes

Phew, it’s been a busy week, everyone. A citywide basketball championship parade and countless Pride events – and there’s still no sign of the fun slowing down. Whether you want to snuggle up in bed or go out at night, there’s plenty to do.

We’ve put together a full guide to Pride here, but if you want to avoid the crowds there are other events to choose from.

The Castro Theater turns 100

The Castro Theater is celebrating its centenary with a gift to moviegoers: admission to five of San Francisco’s most celebrated films for $1 per ticket. The day’s screenings include well-known films such as the wildly beloved Mrs Doubtfire (1993) starring Robin Williams, and films that may seem unfamiliar to modern audiences san francisco (1936).

More information about tickets and film screening schedules can be found here.

The youngest San Franciscos are eligible for vaccinations

Families can start getting their children vaccinated between the ages of 6 months and 4 years, according to an announcement by the San Francisco Department of Health on Tuesday.

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