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Monthly Community Building Group

The first Thursday of every month, 6:00-8:00 pm at the NABE.  Residents, community members, and Potrero stakeholders come together to share in a meal, celebrate community building successes, hear updates, and provide input into the Rebuild Potrero Transformation Plan.

Potrero Walking Club

Mondays at 2:00 PM (except 1st Monday of each month at 10:30 AM), Thursdays at 10:00 AM, and Fridays at 1:00 PM. The walking club is a fun way to hang out with neighbors and get in shape at the same time.

Zumba Classes

Ready to move your body and get your heart pumping to high energy music?

Zumba is  twice a week!!!! Mondays and Wednesdays  from 6:00pm-7:00pm at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House (NABE) 953 De Haro St. Classes are open to everyone and are FREE!

Garden Workdays

Want to learn how to grow your own lettuce? Join us for our Family Garden workday every Tuesday from 10am-12 pm and Saturday from 12pm-3pm, and there is a KIDS garden workday  from 10am-12 pm, every first Saturday of the month.

Want to know more about gardening? There is a Gardening Class on the second and fourth Saturday of each month 11am-12pm. All of these activities are held  at the Family Resource Center Garden behind 85 Turner Terrace and at the Texas Street Farm on Texas Street.

Meditation Classes

Feeling stressed? Need a breather? Come to a meditation class:

Potrero Family Meditation Class: Every Tuesday and Thursday 1pm at 824b Carolina Street. Arrive early Doors close at 5:00.

Both of these classes are free!

New Beginnings

Potrero Healthy Living “New Beginnings”, formerly the Sober Living Group, is a group for those who are trying to change their lives who want to talk in a safe and confidential group setting.

We are a multilingual support group, and we conduct sessions in English, Spanish, and Cantonese and Child watch is provided.

Meetings take place each Friday, 4-5pm at 1095 Connecticut Street.

Monthly Healthy Living Workshop

The Healthy Living Workshop combines healthy cooking demonstrations and nutrition education. Leah’s Pantry conducts the workshop, and they provide customized, culturally-competent nutrition and culinary programs to underserved communities that reinforce evidence-based nutrition messaging while sparking the imagination and taste buds. The class is held on the 3rd Friday of the month, 10:00-11:30 am at 1095 Connecticut Street.