Our annual More Than Magic fundraiser & awards event will be held Thursday, April 18 at the beautiful Salesforce East Tower, 350 Mission Street, 30th Floor, 6 pm to 9 pm. Mark your calendars for this amazing evening, held to benefit quality summer programming for Western Addition children & youth! For information regarding event sponsorship opportunities, please contact 415-567-0400 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to an incredible night with and for community!
1st Annual Halloween Treat Walk on Fillmore!
Fillmore Merchants & Neighborhood Collaborative is inviting you to join them for their 1st Annual Halloween Treat Walk. Kids could enjoy a fun, safe Halloween with community treating (or Tricking)! Collect sweet treats at participating stores and form community volunteers...Read more
Today at 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at the African American Art & Culture Complex. Supervisor Vallie Brown a Trader Joe’s will be hosting a community meeting on a proposed grocery store for the Western Addition. If you have any questions or concerns you can have it answer at the community meeting tonight.
Are you facing hardship finding a job or a place to stay? If so Root & Rebound is hosting a reentry legal clinic & resume workshop at Laney College Forum building in Oakland on October 9th from 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm.
Learn about your legal rights with an arrest or conviction record.
To RSVP click here or call 510-279-4662
On October 5th San Francisco High School of the Arts and Bay Area Parent presents 2019 San Francisco Education Fair.
The 2019 San Francisco Education Fair will provide an opportunity for students and parents to educate themselves about their private education options in San Francisco. Students and families will also have access to leading authorities and practitioners in areas related to the college admission and enrollment process.
Engage with top-rated private and independent K-12 schools and meet face-to-face with school admission officials.
Our Educational Fair is open to families with children from all grade levels, from preschool to high school. The Education Fair is designed to reach out to these prospective students and their families and show them their options for elementary schools, secondary schools, and private colleges. To ensure accessibility to families with young children, we will provide a play place with a jumper slide (bounce house) for children 12 and under to play in.
For more information click here.
RSVP click here.
Join the Village Project and the Bayview YMCA on Friday, October 25th, for the 9th annual “A Senior Moment, A Senior Prom for the 50+”. This awards dinner recognizes outstanding seniors for their contributions and dedication to serving their communities. This year’s honorees are Bishop Ismael Burch, Mrs. Linda Mack – Burch, Ms. Yulanda Williams, Mr. David Hardiman, Ms. Ruth Mays, Ms. Melissa Collier, Mr. Charles Bryant, and Ms. Martha Hollins. All honorees have worked diligently to enhance the lives of youth, seniors, families and the city of San Francisco. A special thanks to Mayor London Breed for her continued support of this annual celebration. After the awards presentations at 7 pm, guests will satisfy their palates with a delectable dinner, followed by some “down home” blues, performed by The Curtis Lawson Blues Band, featuring David Sobel on keyboard. Of course, DJ, “Mr. C”, will be on hand, spinning his oldies- but goodies from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Join us for “A Senior Prom for the 50 +” and enjoy some good blues, tantalizing food, dancing, no host bar and plenty of community connectedness. Where: Westbay Conference Center, 1290 Fillmore @ Eddy Cost: Free for the 50+; Juniors: $20 Donation Tickets @ www.eventbrite.com or can be purchased at the door
Friday, October 25, 2019, from 7 pm to 11 pm
7 pm: Awards/DinnerRoaring 20″s Theme & Attire!
8:30 pm: Performance: The Curtis Lawson Band
Dancing to 50’s, 60’s 70’s & 80’s jams – Mr. “C” – DJ
The Western Addition library will be screening “A Wrinkle in Time” on Saturday, Sept 28th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm.
The story follows Meg Murry and her little brother, Charles Wallace, have been without their scientist father for five years, ever since he discovered a new planet and used the concept known as a tesseract to travel there. Joined by Meg’s classmate Calvin O’Keefe and guided by the three mysterious beings known as Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children brave a dangerous journey to save their father.
For more information click here.
On December 7th, DCYF is hosting a Family Summit at Ida B. Wells High School from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Community is encouraged to attend to voice your personal stories, experiences, and perspectives to help make San Francisco a great place to grow up.
This event will have a critical role in the planning process for the next five years. So have your voice heard and register to attend this Family Summit.
To register and for more information click here.
The Financial Planning Association of San Francisco is having their 10th annual financial planning day on October 26 at the main library. This year there will be presentations on student loans, saving for college, financial aid, scholarships, and grants as well as investing basics, a tax update and a presentation on marriage & financial planning. Local non-profits will be presenting on understanding credit and how to get started with your budget.
Spanish and Chinese language translators will be available.
For more information and register click here.