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Mar 09

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The Slow Reveal Has Begun!

Crews has begun installation of the new mural.

The big, bold and beautiful “Welcome To The Portola” mural has begun its slow reveal. It appears that the mural will pretty much cover the entire side of Ruth’s Children’s Shoppe. See the completed work and celebrate Portola’s designation as “San Francisco’s Garden District” this Saturday at 1:30 pm! Detail here if you missed it in the last post:

What:
The Greenhouse Project and the Portola Urban Greening committee are unveiling a big, beautiful sign to celebrate the Portola’s recognition as the Garden District. Our state and local elected officials will be joining, and this is our opportunity to show just how strong and proud this community is. Live music, historic photos, activities and fun for the whole family. Link for more info here.

Why:
This unveiling is a unique opportunity to give thanks for all of the support the Portola has received from the City and its elected officials to date, to celebrate our shared progress, and to advocate for continued and increased investment in the Portola and its Garden District identity. In order to take advantage of this occasion, we need you to stand up as a leader, invite your family, neighbors and friends, and rep your Portola pride.

Where:
The Caltrans Easement just north of Ruth’s Children’s Shoppe located at 2469 San Bruno Avenue.

When:
Saturday, March 11th at 1:30pm. The event will officially span one hour.

Permanent link to this article: http://portolaplanet.com/2017/03/slow-reveal-begun/

2 comments

  1. Tom Volken

    Sorry I will be out of town for this event but I am very pleased with this project, recent upgrades along Mansell St. in McLaren Park, upgrades in the Universtiy Mound area, and other projects. Many thanks to all who advocate for our modest but very proud neighborhood.

  2. Frank

    Good to see anything to improve our neighborhood. But what is more important is to maintain it. Otherwise it is just a waste of money.

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