The San Francisco Ferry Building is about to reflect a brighter outlook.
The terminal's tower will light up with bulbs spelling out the year 1915 for nine months to celebrate the Panama-Pacific International Exposition's 100th anniversary, running from Mar. 3 to Dec. 4, reports SFGate.
The duration of the light installation also reflects the amount of time the world fair was in San Francisco; the event ran from Feb. 20 to Dec. 4, 1915, according to historical site San Francisco Memories.
The Exposition's Centennial has a full calendar of events for the year throughout San Francisco, including exhibitions, film screenings, panel discussions and world music and dance performances.