2019 Sept News

Upper Noe Block Party 2019UPPER NOE BLOCK PARTY – Sept 28
Upper Noe Rec Center on Saturday, Sept 28 from noon – 3.
Bring the whole family out for an afternoon of fun. Mingle with your neighbors, dance to live music, play games, nosh on pizza and treats. Learn more about our community groups and local projects. Children will be delighted by a fire truck, face painting, jumpy house, Imagination Playground, STEM activity, arts & crafts and more. Meet Mayor Breed and other special guests. Free and open to all.
 
UPPER NOE REC CENTER HISTORY - The September Noe Valley Voice features an in-depth history of Upper Noe Recreation Center. The story documents the community’s demand for a park in the mid-1920s, the long start-and-stop process of clearing the block of houses beginning in the early 30s, construction and opening in the late 50s, renovation a dozen years ago and where we are today. Read it at http://www.noevalleyvoice.com/2019/September/index.html .
 
FALL RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS - continue through December 20. For many classes, the second session begins in October. Sign up now.
 
NEW PILATES CLASS - All Levels Mat Class.
Wednesdays, Oct 30 - Dec 11 from 5:30 - 6:30PM
Instructor:  Julia Griffiths
Register Online, Course Number: 23620 ($36)
 
JR. WARRIORS BASKETBALL - co-ed individual registration begins October 10 at 10 a.m. Games start November 11.
 
AUDIO UPGRADE FOR THE AUDITORIUM - Friends has initiated a project to enhance the acoustics of the auditorium and improve the listening experience during classes, community meetings and performances. Some acoustic dampening will eliminate much of the reflective sound that interferes with and garbles speakers’ voices. A flexible permanent PA system is envisioned with multiple speakers around the room and a connection interface to make it quick and easy for instructors and presenters to quickly plug in phones, microphones, projectors, etc.
 
CONCERTS IN THE PARK – first and third Saturdays through October from 10 to noon.
Whether you bring the kids along or not, come on out and enjoy great tunes.
10/5 – Brendan Getzell
10/19 – Will Georgantas

 



Get It Done, Call 311
Help keep Upper Noe in tiptop shape. When you see a need for some maintenance, call San Francisco Customer Service Center (311), visit sf311.org or download the 311 app.


Enjoy your Park!  Visit http://www.noevalleyreccenter.com/ for details.
Email info@noevalleyreccenter.com with any 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 year.-round. 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.com/donate/

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Chris Faust
Chair, Friends of the Noe Valley Recreation Center
info@noevalleyreccenter.com
www.NoeValleyRecCenter.com