Panhandle work day
Sat, Sept 10
Meet at the Panhandle bulletin board (near Ashbury)
At the blog for this Panhandle Park project, I recently shared some information about potential developments affecting the McKinley Monument. Please check out the post and let me know what you think by replying to me or posting comments on the blog.
This is an important time to be involved in the local community! Here are a few more events to know about happening on Sept 11 , 12 and 13.
Sunday Streets Western Addition
Sunday, September 11, 2011
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
>If you park a vehicle on the streets that will be closed to cars, please note the signs which tell you that you have to move your car by 11 pm Saturday. Otherwise your car might get towed!
September 11: 2nd Annual Western Addition Sunday Streets
North Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore neighborhoods
· Fillmore Community Benefit District entertainment and activities along Fillmore Street
· Independent Artists' Week celebration of community artists in the Western Addition
· Donna Hunter Fitness line dance and healthy living inspiration
· Funky Town Roller Disco, by D Miles and CORA, free skates
· YBike Youth Bike Safety Rodeo
· Interactive Environmental projects by Climate Change Education
· Activities for kids North Panhandle –St. Cyprian's Church, Little Ones Co-op, Clif Kid
· Activities for kids Fillmore -Buchanan YMCA, Junior League SF,
· Freedom from Training Wheels, presented by SFBC
· Free Bike Rentals provided by Bike & Roll and Bay City Bikes
· Free Bike Repairs on Fillmore provided by REI, Mikes Bikes
MAYORAL CANDIDATE FORUM:
Monday, September 12th 2011 from 6:00PM - 8:00PM at 455 Golden Gate (Milton Marks Auditorium)
Partnering with , and , NPC will host a mayoral candidate forum that focuses specifically on park, recreation, and open space issues. Our goal is to give you the opportunity to learn more about each candidate's knowledge of and positions on these subjects. The following candidates will be participating in the forum:
- Michela Alioto-Pier
- John Avalos
- David Chiu
- Bevan Dufty
- Tony Hall (pending)
- Dennis Herrera
- Ed Lee (pending)
- Joanna Rees
- Phil Ting
- Leland Yee
To RSVP for this event, please go here.
Fell and Oak Streets Separated Bikeway Community Meeting*
After years of community action to make the three blocks of Fell and Oak Street, the SFMTA is holding a community meeting to discuss options for separated bikeways on three blocks of Fell and Oak Street between Scott Street and Baker Street. If you want a safer connection between the Panhandle and the Wiggle, if you live in this area and want a safer street, or if you use this route to bike to local shops and restaurants, come to this meeting and speak up.