Free concert at Sunnyside Conservatory on July 11

On Thursday July 11 (7 to 8 PM) you are invited to a free music event featuring local talent, sponsored by Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, at Sunnyside Conservatory (236 Monterey Blvd):

Young, Old, New and Bold: a concert of new and old tunes, young performers, not so young performers.

  • The Sunny Winds, comprised of neighborhood denizens: Danessa Miller, clarinet, Ruth Keys, flute, Louise Pescetta, oboe, Jason Gibbs, bassoon, and Carol Yarbrough, horn. Guest: Alex Strachan, horn.
  • The Jostlein Players: Thomas and Trish Jostlein, St. Louis Symphony horns, and their sons, Klaus, violin and Max, cello.

Free to all! 

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Sponsored by Sunnyside Neighborhood Association.

Could your street be a Play Street?

From Play Streets SF:

Transform your block into a car-free temporary park!

Applications are now open for the 2019 season of Play Streets SF at SFPlayStreets.org, Livable City’s newest program that empowers San Francisco residents to transform their own street on a regular basis into an accessible, car-free open space for children, seniors and neighbors to connect.

With a mission to create healthier, more connected and resilient communities, Play Streets SF provides residents and local organizing teams with the tools needed to reclaim their street for community health and connection – from hassle-free permitting to free safety equipment, outreach tools, and play equipment.

How It Works 

Resources and FAQs 

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Antique Car Show

From OMI Cultural Participation Project

You’re invited to attend Ocean Avenue Antique & Exotic Car Show! Enjoy antique cars on display from all eras: local vendors, arts & crafts, children’s activities, and raffle. All registered car owners get a $20 Starbucks gift card. Live DJ spinning classic soul, R&B & rock from the ’50s to ’80s. Food, of course, by Beep’s Burgers. FREE to attend.

Saturday, June 22nd 12 – 3 p.m. Ocean Avenue and Lee Streets in San Francisco

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Housing Resource Fair at City College

From Homeownership SF, Sat June 1 (11am-2:30pm) at City College of San Francisco. Read more and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-san-francisco-housing-expo-tickets-58751141245


San Francisco’s Annual Housing Resource Fair
Support for renters, first time homebuyers, and current home owners

This FREE event will help you connect with free and low-cost housing resources.
Workshops | Individual Counseling | Housing Information
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SF Housing Expo Video
Looking to buy in SF?

  • Get information about affordable homeownership opportunities including Below Market Rate homes
  • Learn about city, state, and federal down payment assistance programs.
  • Find out about new SF developments, and join a bus tour to visit them.

Need Affordable Rental Housing? Need help with landlord issues? Facing Eviction?

  • Learn about affordable rental programs.
  • Understand your rights as a tenant.
  • Connect with legal resources and eviction prevention services.

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SF Public Library card is free pass to Bay Area family fun

Your SF Public Library card gets you free passes to numerous San Francisco Bay Area attractions, like SF Museum of Modern Art, Exploratorium, Coit Tower, Rec and Parks pools, Cartoon Art Museum, Chinese Historical Society Museum, Bay Area Discovery Museum, Legion of Honor, and a great deal more.

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May 11: Free Family Wealth Forum

From the office of the San Francisco Assessor Carmen Chu:

On May 11, 2019, Assessor Carmen Chu is bringing back by popular demand her Office’s community event to help San Francisco families build their financial futures, the Family Wealth Forum.

Often when speaking with community members, Assessor Chu receives questions about estate planning and passing on a family’s most valuable asset, their home. In response, she created the Family Wealth Forum as a one-stop shop to answer those questions, offering multilingual workshops and one-on-one counseling with experts.

We invite you to join us for this free community event on Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm at Southeast Community Facility, 1800 Oakdale Avenue.

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