FNVRC News August 2018
Newsletter | August 2018
Registration August 4
Registration for Summer Activities begins Saturday, August 4 at 10 am. Add classes now to your online WishList and register for them all with one click. View the Summer Catalog and register online at www.sfreconline.org or stop by the Rec Center office to do so in person.
Summer Session ends August 17
and reverts to the standard Tues-Fri 9-9, Sat 9-5 schedule with the following
free activity hours
for program schedule details
Night Out – August 7
Police AdvisoryBoard and officers invite one and all to a free community BBQ at the SF Police
Academyon Tuesday August
7 from 6-8pm. The Academy is at 350 Amber Drive between Diamond Heights
Safeway and the Greek Church.
popcorn and treats, jumpy houses, face painting, music, a fire engine, police
horses, motorcycles and command unit, live demo from PG&E and
This is a great
way to have a great time with the kids, meet neighbors, meet some of our
Ingleside Police Officers. Some of our City agencies will also be on hand to
Block Party – September 15
Recreation Center is coming together nicely. Live music, special children's
activities, games, grass volleyball, great food from local merchants, free
popcorn and treats, a raffle featuring fantastic prizes, and much more will make
for a fun-filled afternoon on Saturday, September 15, noon to 4.
The emphasis is on community. All community organizations
and merchants are urged to participate. Many are on board already. Volunteers and
great party ideas are requested.
Movie Night in the Park 2018 – September
date for another fantasticly fun outdoor movie on the Upper Noe
field. Sutter Health-CPMC 2020 in partnership
with the Friends of the Noe Valley Recreation Center is proud to host
this free event. Movie time will be 7 p.m. or dusk, whichever comes first, but
neighbors are welcome to show up as early as 6:00 p.m. Stay tuned for
Thanks for your
interest and support of your park!
questions or suggestions. Share this newsletter to your friends and neighbors.
Please help us to promote Upper Noe Recreation Center as your neighborhood
center and to connect with all members of the community.
Friends of the Noe Valley Recreation Center provides
equipment and support for our wonderful neighborhood park, its patrons and staff
365 days a year. Please consider a tax-deductible contribution to help keep our
park clean, safe, accessible and fun. See how you can contribute at http://www.noevalleyreccenter.co
Enjoy your Park!
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Park. Sign up at sfrecpark.org/about/publications/