Recreation and Parks Dept workers Gelson and Mary, at work yesterday at Sunnyside Conservatory, cleaning the park space after the recent storm brought down a lot of debris. Continue reading “Rec & Parks tidying Sunnyside Conservatory”
Rec and Parks is offering a new Tot Class (ages 3-5) on Saturday mornings at Sunnyside Clubhouse (290 Melrose Ave) from 10-11:30am. It is 9 sessions for $79, and it starts this Saturday January 12.
These classes are a great way to explore fun activities with your child and meet other neighbors too. Please register at sfrecpark.org/register. Here is the page for this activity: https://apm.activecommunities.com/sfrecpark/Activity_Search/tot-s-choice/13570
The Sunnyside Clubhouse was “reactivated” for neighborhood programming last fall and we are very excited to have new classes such as this one now available. If you are interested, please consider enrolling to help ensure the classes continue in the future.
Sunnyside Playground and Clubhouse now have new community programming, including an afterschool program and tennis lessons for teens that are fully subscribed.
But the tennis lessons for adults remain open — The next scheduled session runs from November 6 to December 18, with the weekly class held on from Tuesdays, 12 noon to 1 PM. The total cost is $140. The instructor is Lou Maunupau.
To enroll: www.sfrecpark.org/register and sign-in/register.
Is this scheduled time inconvenient for you? SF Recreation and Parks has let Sunnyside Neighborhood Association know that if members of the community wish to see a different time/day for the adult lessons, they would consider rescheduling. If you are interested in the lessons, but would like to see a different time/day, please write SNA at info@SunnysideAssociation.org .
Hoodline published this update on the state of the still-unfinished Balboa Park Pool:
“We determined that it was better to invest in a new, higher-performing and fully warrantied window system,” Tamara Aparton [of SF Rec & Parks] explained, noting that the delays experienced due to the window replacement were concurrent to the utility delays. We are making good progress on other aspects of the work on the interior and exterior,” she added. According to updates posted on the pool’s website, a mural by Jason Jägel was completed inside the building in June.
UPDATE Aug 30): This program is now full, but they are still accepting people for the waiting list, so you are encouraged to apply.
Thanks to behind-the-scenes work by Supervisor Yee and the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, SF Recreation and Parks Dept is now starting up an after-school program at the Sunnyside Playground Clubhouse. The price is affordable with scholarships available.
To register: sfrecpark.org/register > search SUNNYSIDE > page down when you get Activity Search page to “Sunnyside After School Program”
A minimum number of Sunnyside ES students are needed for a school pickup (walking bus).
UPDATE: Survey closed.
Local residents and families who use Sunnyside Playground: Please take this brief survey, so that Sunnyside Neighborhood Association will know which Recreation and Parks Department programming options to pursue for our local Clubhouse.