Program & Map

9:30AM – 10:00AM

Doors Open: Registration & Breakfast

Michigan St. Patio & CAFE


10:00AM – 10:50AM

Opening Program

RiDE

10:00-10:15 Opening Performance by Loco Bloco

10:15-10:16 Welcome

10:16-10:18 Land Acknowledgement by Luis Aroche, DCYF

10:18-10:19 Introduction to Supervisor Walton

10:19-10:29 District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton

10:29-10:39 Keynote by Jenjii Hysten & Franklin Hysten, Blaze Consulting Group

10:39-10:41 Overview of Offerings for the Morning

10:41-10:45 Warm Up/Gift Card Give Away

10:45-10:50 Introduce DJ D Sharp


10:50AM - 11:00AM

Transition to workshops & kiosks

DJ D Sharp


11:00AM – 12:10PM

Workshops

  • San Francisco Beacon Initiative | Carrasel (aka Teaching Kitchen)

  • Spark Decks | Roof Top

  • Flourish Agenda | Artist Workshop

    An immersive Healing experience rooted in play that invites participants to step into courageous conversations while building community.

  • Blaze Consulting Group | RiDE (center)

    Icebreakers and team builders for summer programming

  • Yeah, Art! | Michigan Patio

    A creative spin on the familiar Paint & Sip model. We encourage guests to tap into their inner child through a revitalizing shared art experience.

  • Spearitwurx | Gods & Monsters

    An interactive and creative experience where participants can explore the power of words, mantras, and affirmations to empower ourselves while building agency to transform our relationships and create conditions that allow us to thrive. Participants will create visual representations of their vision for Wellness in their world.

  • Ed Center | Marin Patio

    Learn how to design your summer program to support all kids - especially youth with disabilities. We’ll apply a Universal Design framework (fancy jargon for stuff that works for everybody) to create or tweak activities that are accessible to kids with physical and developmental disabilities, as well as neurodivergent kids. Wear comfortable shoes, because we’ll PLAY ALL THE GAMES!

Kiosks

  • Cooking Fiyah & Spearitwurx | Gods & Monsters @ Bar

    Participants will engage in learning how to make delicious, powerful, yet simple smoothies that nourish the body mind and spirit. From Berry Bliss to Green Goodness, participants will be able to explore a variety of flavors. Recipes will be distributed.

  • Spearitwurx | Gods & Monsters

    Participants will play with various essential oils and understand their properties in order to craft their own special blend of bath salts and body scrubs for wellness and renewal.

  • Sowa Wellness | Gods & Monsters (2), Gallery - Illinois St. (1), Marina Patio (1)

    California Certified Massage Therapists provide 15 minute chair masssages to participants. Participants must sign up for a 15 minute appointment to receive a massage.

  • DCYF | Gallery

  • The Mission Science Workshop | Gallery

  • Yeah, Art! | Gallery

    8’ x 8’ vinyl banner with Yeah, Art! graphic for participants to collaborate and paint inside (and outside!) the lines.

  • Department of Elections | Gallery


12:10PM – 12:20PM

Transition to lunch

DJ D Sharp


11:15AM – 12:15PM

Lunch Program

RiDE

12:20-12:30 Performance by Samoan Community Development Center

12:30-12:37 Keynote by Teodora Ildefonzo-Olmo, Technical Assistance & Capacity Building Manager, DCYF

12:37-12:45 Welcome to the Citywide Frontline Collaborative - their connection to Innovation & Wellness, Instructions about Lunch and Lunch time Activities 

12:45-1:20 Music over lunch time


 

Presenters

Loco Bloco

Opening Performers

Promoting San Francisco youth’s healthy transition into adulthood, Loco Bloco engages them in the creation and performance of music, dance, and theater rooted in Afro-Latinx traditions. Loco Bloco encourages its youth to use multicultural art forms as a tool for their own empowerment and as a catalyst to help them overcome discrimination and bring about change in their communities. Loco Bloco will perform and share the performance's cultural significance.

Jenjii Hysten & Franklin Hysten

Founders of Blaze Consulting Group

Masters of Ceremony

Blaze Consulting Group creates transformative experiences to activate positive results. We help elevate organizations, using experiential learning theories, strategic planning, and data-informed processes to cultivate change. Through innovative design, impactful consulting, and social justice programming, we provide tangible solutions that move people from thinking into action. At our core, we approach the world with a lens of compassion, hope and a belief that "we are the ones we've been waiting for."  Through the circles of possibilities, we envision a world more healthy, equitable and just.

Luis Aroche

Technical Assistance & Capacity Building Specialist, DCYF

Land Acknowledgement

Supervisor Shamann Walton

District 10 Supervisor

Morning Speaker

DJ D Sharp

International DJ & Official DJ of the Golden State Warriors

DJ D Sharp was not born with an equal edge. His melodic congruence is boosted by his Oakland influence. Now coming up on almost a decade as the official DJ of the Golden State Warriors, DJ D Sharp raises the decibel levels of 20,000 strong at the infamous Chase Center. So as you see… There is no venue to quaint or no arena to grand that this DJ can not mold and bend to his skillful hands. If music is the elixir for the soul, then D Sharp is the instrument to help you move your bones.

SF Beacon Initiative

Workshop Provider

How to Design Belonging in Your Summer Program

Spark Decks

Workshop Provider

Hands on Math Fun

Flourish Agenda

Workshop Provider

Healing Day

Yeah, Art!

Workshop & Kiosk Provider

Workshop: Dream & Paint

Kiosk: Big Kid Coloring Sheet

Spearitwurx

Workshop & Kiosk Provider

Workshop: Affirming Wellness in Our World

Kiosk: Aromatherapy and Bathsalt Demo

Ed Center

Workshop Provider

Most Inclusive Summer Ever

Ed Center was a kid with big feelings and impulsive behaviors. He drove his mom and teachers nuts. Now he coaches grown-ups to understand and support these kids. Ed has worked in Bay Area schools and nonprofits for 25 years, always focused on the needs of kids of color. Ed is a queer brown dad, parenting two boys, one with special needs. The child of a Filipino American mother and White-American father, Ed grew up in Hawai’i, and feels at home there, in the Philippines, in San Francisco, and wherever he smells good barbecue.

Cooking Fiyah

Kiosk Provider

Be Well Family Smoothie Demo

Sowa Wellness

Kiosk Provider

Massages

Samoan Community Development Center

Lunch Session Performers

Teodora Ildefonzo-Olmo

Technical Assistance & Capacity Building Manager, DCYF

Lunch Session Keynote Speaker

Teodora Ildefonzo-Olmo is DCYF’s Technical Assistance & Capacity Building Manager. Teodora is a San Francisco native and first generation Filipina. She grew up in Visitacion Valley, where she and her husband currently live and are raising their two kids Marley and Gabriel. Teodora has over 20 years of youth development experience, which was nurtured in San Francisco. She has had the honor to work for various nonprofit organizations: Jamestown Community Center, Summer Search Foundation, Real Options for City Kids and the San Francisco Beacon Initiative. Prior to working for DCYF, Teodora was the Community Schools Director for the City of San Pablo. During her time there she developed deep relationships with systems leaders and created a coordinated system of care for San Pablo families. San Pablo became a Beacon City, which has been the model for what is possible for West Contra Costa County. Teodora has raised generations of young people, who have in turn raised her and shaped her leadership and commitment to young people in San Francisco & the Bay Area. Being connected to her community is extremely important. In her spare time, Teodora teaches martial arts to kids and families in Visitacion Valley and in Daly City, CA. Teodora holds a B.S. in Child and Adolescent Development and an M.S. in Recreation, Parks and Tourism both From San Francisco State University.

 
 

Notice of Filming and Photography

Filming and photography will take place during the event. This is to capture the moments and highlights of the event for documentation, promotion and marketing purposes. By attending this event, you acknowledge and agree to the use of your image and likeness captured in any photographs or video footage taken during the event. These images may be used in various marketing and promotional materials, including but not limited to our website, social media platforms, and advertising campaigns. If you do not wish to be filmed or photographed, please let us know during Arrivals Check In so we may accommodate your request.