Newsletter | October
|Did You Know?
Many classes do not require registration.
|It’s Never Too Late at Upper
Memorial for Vick Rosen –
Fairmount Height Brunch
No need to register. Just drop by
and drop in on any of a large number of activities. Qi Gong, Yoga, Zumba, Volleyball, Tango and the
list goes on. Some require a small per session fee but many are absolutely free. In addition, Open
Gym hours provide hours of court time for pick-up basketball games or practice.
See the full list of Upper Noe activities at http://uppernoerecreationcenter.com/wp/
– Oct 14
Upper Noe Neighbors Vicki Rosen passed away in June. She was a dedicated voice for the community and
we are proud to honor her commitment and her spirit. A celebration of Vicki’s life and service
to the community will be held Wednesday, October 14, from 7 to 9 pm in the Upper Noe
Recreation Center auditorium. State Senator Mark Leno and District 8 Supervisor Scott
Wiener will speak. A plaque in her honor will be unveiled in the vestibule of this community meeting
room. The Upper Noe Neighbors Board of Directors invites all to come and share your company and your
memories of Vicki. The event is free. Refreshments will be served. RSVP by Evite is appreciated, click here.
Fairmount Height Brunch on Billy Goat Hill
Heights Association (FHA) is getting off to an active start. Just six months into
formation, the group is throwing a party to celebrate Autumn and the joy of living. Says Events
Chair Daniel Oppenheim, "The event is an opportunity to enjoy the company of your neighbors
while sharing some food, drinks, conversation, live music and a great view. We do not have an agenda
other than to have fun and connect with others in our local community."
Neighbors will assemble on Saturday, October
10 at 10 a.m. for a potluck brunch atop Billy Goat Hill, the crown jewel of Fairmount
Heights open space. Sweeping views overlooking San Francisco and the bay are enough reason to make
the trek on a Saturday morning. Great food and inviting company will make it all that more
worthwhile. View the event flyer.
Many members of FHA have are connected with Friends of Billy Goat Hill Park and have been working together to influence Rec & Park
progress on the Billy Goat Hill / Walter Haas Park trail project. The upcoming brunch provides an
opportunity for others to see this path and talk about what is taking shape.
of Stern Grove come alive with colorfully costumed children, ghosts and goblins on Friday,
October 23 from 3 – 9 pm. Scare Grove is a family-friendly event featuring carnival
rides, a haunted house, costume parade, live entertainment, food for sale and more! Cost is $8 per
person; children under 2 are free. View the event poster.
At the Rec Center
October 14 , 7 – 9 pm
October 21 , 7 pm
Friends of the Noe Valley Rec Center
Outside the Center
October 10 , 10 am
to sit on.
October 23 , 3 – 9 pm
October 25 , 1 – 5 pm
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an
event that you would like to list.
• Help advise the
city on what classes should be offered at the Upper Noe Rec Center. Serve a term on the Upper Noe
Recreation Center’s Community Recreation Council and help shape programming at the Center. A
teen member is still needed! Please contact Cheryl Woltjen at 970-8061. The form is available on our
website and at the center. Please either drop it off or mail it to: Cheryl
Woltjen, UNRC, 295 Day Street, SF, 94131.
This newsletter is distributed to nearly 1,000 “friends.” Make sure interested neighbors
know about our group by helping distribute our informational postcard around the neighborhood.
• Lead a new event. Are you interested in
organizing a new event at the Center? Maybe a game night or movie night? Please contact us at info
• Garden at the Park. Help keep the park
beautiful by volunteering with the Ladybug Gardeners on the second Saturday of each quarter. The
next date in 2015 will be August 8. All ages welcome, no experience necessary, community service
hours credited. Even an hour would be a big help! Please email ladybugs (at)
Thanks for your
interest and support of your park! Please contact us with any questions or suggestions. Let us know about any
community events you are planning at the park so we can promote them.
Please forward this newsletter to your friends and
neighbors who use the Noe Valley Recreation Center. We want this newsletter to help build the park
community — please help us connect with members of the community.
Friends of the Noe Valley Recreation Center