In this day in age, it is important to remember the value of our community and the environment that we live in. Patagonia and Fleet Feet Sports San Francisco has teamed up for a night of community building and promoting Patagonia's New Localism Project! On Monday, November 9th, we will be holding a Film Night at our SOMA location to raise money for the Keen Foundation accompanied by a run around downtown and dinner provided by Patagonia Provisions.
The New Localism Project is a campaign by Patagonia aiming to bring people together to think of ways in which we can preserve and take care of our surrounding environment. For more information, click here.
The Keen Foundation is located in San Francisco and aims to support and empower youth with disabilities through exercise and athletic programs. For more information, click here.
Where: 780 Mission Street (corner of 4th & Mission Street) at our new SOMA location
When: Monday, November 9th. The run starts at 6:00pm and the film viewing starts at 7:00pm
What: The night will start out with a 4-mile run around Downtown SF followed by a viewing of a film series by Patagonia that promotes conservation of our environment. The viewing will last an hour and includes 4 films: Free the Snake, The Fisherman's Son, Defined by the Line & Mile for Mile. Food and drinks will be provided!
Registration: You must register at our Eventbrite page below to attend the event. A $15 dollar donation will go towards the Keen Foundation to support youth with disabilities.