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On Saturday, March 14th, two SF park rangers forced the Bayview RRFM to leave India Basin park and issued warning citations. Officers cited the lack of a permit in their action and made vague, unsubstantiated claims that the RRFM did not clean up materials at previous events. Here is a copy of the citations, showing that the rangers cited the RRFM for “vending merchandise” and “camping.”

This is the latest chapter in the city of San Francisco’s crackdown on DIY and free events. We stand in solidarity with the RRFM and encourage everyone to attend upcoming RRFM events as a show of support, including March 28th in Dolores Park and April 11th in Bayview. For more info, check out

It was an amazingly beautiful day at Dolores Park this past Saturday with a turnout of hundreds to celebrate the life and work of Kirsten Brydum at SF’s largest ever Really Really FREE Market! Food Not Bombs came out to serve grilled vegetable kabobs with Teriyaki sauce, apple crisp pies, a giant vegetable bean and rice soup, and bread and cookies! Remaining food was given away in freebie grocery fashion as the serving table was overflowing with other goodies people had brought out to gift!

Thank you to everyone who helped us make this happen (FNB volunteers, folks from the Heart of the City Farmers Market, Rainbow, etc). It was an amazing and unforgettable day in Dolores Park!

Please join SF Food Not Bombs this Saturday, October 26th
at the Really Really Free Market in Dolores Park.
We hope to be cooking outside and will be
there from 12-6pm, until the food runs out!


Note: Servings may cancel in the event of rain

WED: 16th & Mission – 6:30 PM.

Sandwich sharing only on September 22 around 6:15 PM. Home cooked meal sharing on Monday, September 20 at 6:30 PM.

FRI: 65 9th St. – 6:45 PM.

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September 2021