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Pollinator Fun Fair at Playland
Join us for a family friendly day at Playland at 43rd! Help us celebrate the little things that make our gardens grow beautiful and bright – bees, butterflies, and all the other pollinators. Learn about how to make your garden or backyard more pollinator friendly and enjoy:
- A pollinator costume contest*
- Native seed ball making (with seeds collected by Nature in the City)
- A flower photo scavenger hunt
- Donation-based plant sales
- Honey tasting and donation-based honey sales
- See live honey bees in an observation hive
- Decorate seed packets to gift to friends & neighbors (collected from The Bee Farm)
*Dress up as a bee, a butterfly or your favorite pollinator. The costume contest will take place at 12:30pm and prizes will be awarded to the winners!
What is Playland at 43rd?
A collaborative all-inclusive multi-use Sunset community park project on 43rd Avenue between Judah and Irving. A place to play, connect, create and just be.
Co-hosted by Katy Tang, San Francisco Department of the Environment, San Francisco Parks Alliance, and SFUSD.
Download the event flyer (PDF)
- Pollinators and San Francisco Native Plant FAQs
Enjoy a native plant garden near you
- Start a container garden
- Volunteer at a community garden
Playland at 43rd (Pavement to Parks)
San Francisco is habitat for 800,000 people – meeting needs for space to work, play, and learn; for food, water, and air; for community with local flora and fauna. SF Environment provides support for urban agriculture and forestry and green buildings, helping residents and businesses harness environmental opportunities.