Newsletter | February 2017
Additional Playground Space
Project hosted another public opening of a playground in our neighborhood. This time, it was at the Mission
Education Center (Kate Kennedy Elementary School) at 30th and Noe.
Before we could even set up, a drizzle quickly turned into showers
but that did not dampen the spirit or the initiative of the organizers or the volunteers that had gathered to help
promote community building. Bustling inside, a flurry of activity quickly transformed the school’s cafeteria
into a showcase for local organizations and merchants.
Friends of the Noe Valley Recreation Center tabled with SF Rec
& Park. Upper Noe Facilities Coordinator Cheryl Woltjen and Friends’ Joan Lionberger are pictured here
passing out info, freebies and cheerful smiles.
Our nearby neighbor and newly appointed Supervisor Jeff Sheehy
stopped by with his family. As sponsor of this program, Supervisor Mark Farrell was present to announce the
agreement made with Principal Carla Vasquez and SF Unified to make the school’s playground available to the
public on weekends.
Spring Registration March
www.sfrecpark.org or at the Rec Center. Staff is ready to assist you. Browse classes in advance and add them to
your Wish List. To find out more information and updates to the schedule of classes and events, call 415-970-8061,
visit www.noevalleyreccenter.com, or just drop in
to the Rec center office at 295 Day St., open Tuesday through Saturday.
Little Kickers and Karate
4:30 (4-7 yrs) and 5:30 (6-12 yrs).
Summer Camp Registration
from traditional camps like Silver Tree and Pine Lake, to exciting new fishing and adventure camps! Registration
begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 18. https://apm.activecommunities.com/sfrecpark/Home .
Scholarships for summer day camp must be active through March 18.
See the status of your scholarship at sfrecpark.org/register. Click on Account Activity, then on the List Scholarships link. If you
need to apply or renew, do so prior to February 28th for approval to be processed in time.
tree trimming in and around Upper Noe Rec Center happened just in time. Despite severe pruning in December in
anticipation of winter weather, San Francisco’s biggest storm of the season took a toll in January.
Fortunately, damage was light. On the positive side, intense wind and rain has left the playground cleaner than
anticipation of spring. We are grateful that gardening staff is now dedicated to our park several days a week.
Upper Noe has suffered through labor lapses over the past several years due to staffing shortages. Already, the
results are striking, and especially noticeable along Day Street and Sanchez Street. Take a stroll and check out
Glass is Half
& Park painters from big outside jobs elsewhere, they are using time wisely to touch up around the grounds at
Upper Noe. Thanks! We appreciate the conscientious manner at which the work is proceeding. You might have noticed
red primer upon the exterior gates, playground equipment and such. Bit by bit, we should be looking good by
Park painters from big outside jobs elsewhere, they are using time wisely to touch up around the grounds at Upper
Noe. Thanks! We appreciate the conscientious manner at which the work is proceeding. You might have noticed red
primer upon the exterior gates, playground equipment and such. Bit by bit, we should be looking good by summer.
January 11 – Upper Noe
April 15 – Eggstravaganza
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