National AIDS Memorial Grove

Middle Dr. East & Bowling Green Dr.
San Francisco
CA 94122

National AIDS Memorial Grove

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The idea for the National AIDS Memorial Grove (NAMG) was conceived in 1988 by a small group of San Francisco residents representing a community devastated by the AIDS epidemic, but with no positive way to express their collective grief. They envisioned a serene place where people would come alone or in groups to hold memorial services, to remember among the rhododendrons and redwoods. It was to be a place dedicated to all lives touched by AIDS. As news of the Grove initiative grew, so did support and interest. The group selected as the site for the Grove the de Laveaga Dell, near the park's tennis courts,


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