The HVNA Greening Committee is holding their monthly meeting this Thursday, January 22 at 6pm. Join your neighbors at The Hayes Valley Playground Clubhouse (Hayes @ Buchannan) for a lively discussion about keeping Hayes Valley a beautiful and green place to live, work, and play!
The Board of Directors of the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association invites you to join us for an evening celebration in appreciation of your support of our organization. Please join us for a hosted beer and wine bar, delicacies from local restaurants, and entertainment including vocals by local chanteuse Veronica Klaus. The event runs Thursday, January 23 from 6:30pm to 9:30 at Salle Piano (1632C Market at Rose). We hope to see you there.
New memberships will be accepted at the door!!!
Order of the Evening
6:30 – 7:30 food, drinks, piano, conversation
7:30 – 8:30 short presentations
8:30 – 9:30 Veronica Klaus with piano accompaniment
The HVNA will have tables at Patricia’s Green with hot chocolate, cider and cookies. Plus, come enjoy music from The Royal English Opera, Conservatory of Music Brass Trio, and SGI-USA Golden Gate Chorus.
Learn about your neighborhood association, get involved, and support Hayes Valley businesses.
Looking for a great way to see the neighborhood and learn more about Hayes Valley? Join the HVNAs Larry Cronader for a walking tour this Saturday, November 30 at 10:00am. Meet Larry at the Biergarten (424 Octavia, betw. Fell and Linden) and he will then take you to visit all the new construction in our community.
Happy Halloween from the HVNA! Hayes Valley has some fun, family-friendly events today, which are listed below. We hope you have a safe day, filled with lots of candy!
Western Addition Beacon Center will have a Halloween Carnival catered to K-5th graders at John Muir 380 Webster Street from 3:30pm-6:00pm.
African American Art and Cultural Complex will host the Haunted House at the center 762 Fulton Street from 5:00pm-8:00pm.
Magic Zone will be having food and games at Ella Hill Hutch 1050 McAllister from 5:00pm-8:00pm.
What does healthy and fresh affordable mean to you and your community? A new, large grocery store is set to go in the development at 555 Fulton St. But how should this reflect our unique neighborhood?
Join your neighbors on Tuesday, October 1, from 7pm-8pm at the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center (McAllister at Webster). Participate in a discussion about how you imagine healthy and affordable food.
AT&T recently submitted a permit to the Department of Public Works to build an electronic installation at 620 Buchanan Street. This installation will upgrade AT&Ts network in the City.
Want to learn more? You can meet with members of the AT&T community outreach teams this Thursday, July 11 at 1:30pm at the corner of Buchanan and Linden Streets. Neighbors can also contact the community outreach representative Luis Cuadra at 415-788-1000 x. 207 or email@example.com.
The SF Planning Department is hosting their first community workshop for the Market Octavia Living Alley Project on Tuesday, July 9th from 6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. at the Hayes Valley Playground Recreation Center (699 Hayes Street). The main goal of Market and Octavia Living Alley Project is to enable residents to engage in place making — to create a public realm that strengthens the community, creates a sense of identity, and makes a more useful, safe, and attractive neighborhood. For more information, please contact David Winslow (415) 575-9159 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Board of the Hayes Valley Board has issued a letter on the recent unfortunate activity at the former Hayes Valley Farm. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
We are proud to present the 3rd Annual Ham & Eggs Fire Brunch this Sat. (5/18) noon at the Biergarten. Meet your neighbors, enjoy great food, and celebrate a neighborhood resilience that even an earthquake couldn’t shake. Proceeds will go to the HVNA.
Plus, the HVNA’s Larry Cronander will lead a walking tour at 10:00am, which will begin and end at the Biergarten (in time for the Brunch). The theme is the effects of the H&E Fire on HV and its social consequences and will include the new Market Street Masonry Historic District.