By Sri Ravipati
Welcome back to another daily roundup of San Francisco stories for March 29.
San Francisco is welcoming workers back to the office and visitors returning to the city after a long pandemic pause, ABC 7 reports.
BloomSF is part of Mayor London Breed's downtown recovery plan to revitalize San Francisco's business and tourism industries.
Floral displays can be seen blooming around the city, like on Market Street and in the middle of Union Square. Organizers are passing out BloomSF buttons. Live events and performances are happening downtown this week.
Bay Area residents will descend upon San Francisco for “The Amazing Race of Cannabis” on April 16, 7x7 reports.
The second annual cannabis scavenger hunt — titled High, San Francisco! — is a race around the city to score prizes, products and swag. The race will feature new brands and also include an afterparty with the winners.
It was created by Leah Cerri and June Johnson, cofounders of Collective High. Organizers say the event is all about building community.
While the weather has been a bit gloomy, take solace in knowing that spring and summer are right around the corner by planning road trips.
UPROXX put together a list of national and state parks within 200 miles of San Francisco, complete with what to do and where to stay. Among the list are Yosemite National Park are Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. Click the link for more.
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