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Friday, April 1, 2011

Bouncy Castle Tour Passes Through San Francisco Today

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 2:02 PM

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If you need another reason to get outside today, we've got one: bouncy castles.

Taking advantage of some of the best weather we can remember in the city, Facebook group 100 Days of Spring is carting around an inflatable bouncy castle to various S.F. locales today.

Spotted by the sharp-eyed folks over at SFist, the group has posted the schedule of parks on their page. If you hurry, you might be able to make the 3 p.m. appointment at Washington Park:

3PM -- WASHINGTON PARK
4PM -- GOLDEN GATE PARK
5PM -- SOUTH PARK
5:45ish -- PANHANDLE
7PM -- CIVIC CENTER
11PM -- PINK PARTY

Feeling a bit left out? You can get the bouncy castle headed over to your neck of the woods with a sliding-scale donation. There's still a few open slots for the bouncy castle this evening, and more for Saturday. You just need a 15-by-15 plot of land -- they'll bring the generator.

Head over to their Facebook page to learn more.

Now if you'll excuse us, we're about take a long lunch and get our bounce on at Washington Park.

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