Academy of Sciences announces neighborhood free days 

The California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco has announced the dates of its neighborhood free days for 2010.

For the past 11 years, the museum has designated certain weekends each year where residents can enter free of charge with a valid photo ID and proof of residency.

This year, each neighborhood will be assigned two weekends during which residents will receive free admission.

The free days will run from April 23 to June 13 and from September 10 to November 7.

Information about proof of residency and neighborhood boundaries is available at http://www.calacademy.org/visit/sf_free_days.php.

The museum will be free from Friday through Sunday on the following weekends for residents of the following neighborhoods:
   
Parkside, Sunset: weekends of April 23, Sept. 17
   
Richmond, Seacliff, Presidio, Western Addition: April 30, Oct. 1
    
Ingleside-Excelsior, Visitacion Valley: May 7, Oct. 8
   
Hayes Valley, Tenderloin, Downtown, SoMa, Treasure Island, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Bayview-Hunters Point: May 14, Oct. 29
   
Cole Valley, Haight, Glen Park, St. Francis Wood, Lake Merced: May 21, Nov. 5
   
Mission, Bernal Heights, Noe Valley, Castro: June 4, Sept. 10
   
Chinatown, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, North Beach, Marina: June 11, Oct. 15

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