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News Briefs: 2nd Saturdays returns to leather district

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The Leather & LGBTQ Cultural District and other South of Market groups have announced the return of the popular SOMA Second Saturdays starting February 12, from noon to 5 p.m.

Joining the leather district is Folsom Street (formerly Folsom Street Events) and the SOMA West Community Benefit District. The three groups started the second Saturdays events last year as a way to bring people together amid the COVID-19 pandemic and to help boost local businesses.

The upcoming event, taking place the day before the Super Bowl, has a "Game Day" theme — an afternoon of indoor games with a kinky twist, according to a news release.

Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Potential games include kinky Pictionary, Taboo, SOMA trivia, UNO dare, Cards Against ..., and others.

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