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New free tours of Fort Mason Center.

Getting to know the vibrant cultural complex at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center is easier now, with new free tours. With the aid of guides, you'll discover the riches of this community-oriented space: museums, galleries, theaters, a restaurant, and organizations serving the performing arts, visual arts, and media as well as ecology, recreation, education, and health. (Each year, 50 resident groups and another 500 organizations located elsewhere put on events at Fort Mason.)

The 1-1/2-hour tours are offered the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, starting at 11 from Building A. For reservations, call (415)441-5706. Fort Mason Center is on the waterfront at Marina Boulevard and Laguna Street.
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Date:Mar 1, 1985
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