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Keep Dolo Green: A March for Science Afterparty

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Considering it’s Earth Day and that its also the March for Science, some local folks have taken it upon themselves to remind San Franciscans that we need to look after our own city as well.

Running from 6pm to 8pm, the goal for this party is to stress the “Leave No Trace” ethos and get people to care about keeping Dolores Park clean. Here’s some info from the FB invite:

We are joining forces to celebrate EarthDay 2017 with conscious consideration of our city and culture.

Join us as we try to help others to LEAVE NO TRACE on Dolores Park from 6-8pm

Set-up around 4pm.

Special guest DJs and amplified sound to keep us moving and dancing!

There will be lawn games and a rainbow parachute and you’re encouraged to bring your own games. Plus the organizers told me about some pretty cool surprises that will be there, but I don’t wanna spoil them.

And look, they even made their own Smokey the Bear type character!

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