The north end of San Francisco's Dolores Park reopened Thursday after renovations were completed.
The section of the park closed in March as part of a $12.4 million restoration plan slated to last 15 months.
The overall renovation includes the installation of new bathrooms and a new recreational court in addition to rebuilding the tennis and basketball courts, redoing the irrigation system and building ADA accessible paths.
Thursday's reopening comes complete with a silent disco event sponsored by Recreation and Park.
Participants in a silent disco are loaned wireless headphones through which they can hear music, but there is no amplified sound. The event takes place from 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday; the first hour will consist of children's music. Reserve headphones by emailing email@example.com.