experiencing the death of fun? What bodes for the future of nightlife
in San Francisco? How does nightlife impact the local economy, and the
physical and social character of our city? How can neighborhood planning
efforts improve nightlife options citywide?
Join Jocelyn Kane, Deputy Director of the SF Entertainment Commission, John Wood, Political Director of the Legislative Action subcommittee of the SF Late Night Coalition and Gwyneth Borden of the San Francisco Planning Commission for a discussion about the state of nightlife in San Francisco.
$20 for non-members
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1501 Folsom Street
Walking distance from Montgomery BART
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