2018 October FNVRC News
Newsletter | October 2018
|FREE FAMILY FUN
Concerts in the Park –
Every Saturday Morning in October 10:30 to noon
free live music series returns to the Upper Noe playground on Saturday October
6with an amazing line-up of talent.
10/06 – ♡ just Suzanne
10/13 – ♡ just Suzanne hosts Matt Jaffe
10/20 – ♡ just Suzanne hosts Donovan Plant
10/27 – ♡ just Suzanne hosts Delphi Freeman
Performances will be every 3rd Saturday each month starting in
17th – Essence Goldman
15th – Audio Blonde
has been on a lengthy hiatus but, always there was the thought of
resuming. It just needed the right person to organize it. That person
turned out to be Suzanne Kramer, a singer/songwriter who performs
regularly in the Bay Area and beyond who is also a close neighbor to the
performs as ♡ just Suzanne (www.just-Suzanne.com) and will
begin the series on Saturday, October 6. She describes herself as indie
pop with a jazz infusion. She recently headlined at Bird & Becket.
Suzanne will start the show each Saturday and then introduce the guest
take place in the children's playground with performers positioned
near the sandbox. Acts are not child-centric but are selected to be
sophisticated family-friendly music that adults and children will enjoy.
Do not expect to hear "Wheels on the bus go round and round". Do
expect to be entertained by upbeat, quality performances that will
brighten your day.
Coronado Indoor Soccer League Registration – October 8
Registration begins this Monday, October 8 at 10
a.m. The rules are similar to traditional futsal and the league serves as
a great opportunity to develop each child's/team's fundamental
skills leading up to the spring outdoor season and nurture a lifelong love
For more information, go to http://sfrecpark.org/recprogram/indoor-soccer-
Jr. Warriors Registration – October 11
Registration opens on Thursday, October 11 at 10
a.m. The league serves youth from kindergarten to 8th grade and begins on
Thursday, January 10. Participants will learn to harness their inner Steph
Curry and develop their game to hoop just like the hometown championship
To register, go to https://apm.activecommunities.com/sfrecpark/Home
Ladybug Gardeners – October 13
every second Saturday of the
month from 9 am to noon. Joan Lionberger invites amateur gardeners of all ages
and genders to come out for some fresh air and help beautify our park.
Tools are provided but feel free to bring your own. Extras are always
handy to have around.
Check in at the office if you do not see the group
at work on the Upper Noe grounds. This month, we will be beautifying the
Sanchez Street side of the park.
Noe Neighbors Community Meeting – October 17
8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman and Ingleside Station Captain Jack Hart join
us to report on issues and express their vision for Upper Noe. How can
citizens be proactive and promote their own vision for our neighborhood?
How can the city help us improve street safety and walkability?
With the election just just right around the corner, we
will hear the pros and cons of Proposition 10 (rent control) and
Proposition C (tax for homeless services).
Come and bring a friend. Refreshments will be
Wednesday, October 17 from 7 – 8:30
Upper Noe Rec Center auditorium
Scaregrove – October 26
Scaregrove returns to Stern Grove (19th
Avenue and Sloat Boulevard), on Friday, October 26 from 3 to 9 p.m. This
year's event will feature a costume contest and parade, haunted
houses, hay rides, carnival rides, giant inflatables, food for sale and
live entertainment. $10 per person; children under 2 years old are free!
advanced tickets, call (415) 831-6800.
information, go to http://sfrecpark.org/event/scaregrove-on-
In addition, volunteers are needed for a wide
range of jobs, from haunted house characters to face painting! If you are
interested in volunteering or would like more information, go to https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a4aa8ae2dabfa7-