Stairwell’s Valley Step Works

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HVAW is excited to announce the residency of Stairwell’s during the month of August, culminating in a celebratory daytime event on Sunday, August 28.

A collaborative project led by San Francisco-based artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Carey Lin, Stairwell’s creates new experiences that challenge familiar understandings of everyday surroundings. The project has taken many forms, from site-specific interventions to group walking tours to curated exhibitions. Stairwell’s seeks to foster temporary communities of curious and engaged individuals, providing opportunities for connections and changes in perspective.

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Stairwell’s will hold on-site hours at HVAW as they develop their final event: an exploratory walk, circuit training of the non-athletic variety and prizes for those who do something exceptionally well.]

Check stairwells.org and hayesvalleyartworks.org for updates!

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HVNA Election Night & Membership Appreciation Party

You are invited to join us for the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association Community Meeting on Thursday, February 25th, at the Hayes Valley Playground starting at 7pm. We will have our annual board elections, followed by a Membership Appreciation Party.

It’s a big night for all of HVNA, please come meet your neighbors and members of your board, past and present.

Agenda
  1. HVNA Board Elections.
  2. Membership Appreciation Party.
Other HVNA Meetings

Just before the big meeting tonight, meet with the HVNA Greening Commitee, from 6:30-7pm. Contact: green@hayesvalleysf.org.

On Monday, March 7, starting at 7pm, HVNA Public Safety Meeting at the Korean American Center (745 Buchanan) with special guest: Lt. Brian Petiti – Head of Northern Housing Team.  Contact: safety@hayesvalleysf.org

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Hayes Valley Voice, 2016.

 

HVNA Election Night & Membership Appreciation Party at Hayes Valley Playground   
Details 

Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Event Category: Community Events
Event on FB →

Venue 

Hayes Valley Playground
Corner of Buchanan Street & Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Map →

Hayes Valley Art Works is working in partnership with Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association and Haight Street Art Center to create a place to come together to discuss, learn, teach, share and express artistic vision for the betterment of the neighborhood.

HVNA Community Meetings – Thur, Jan 21, 6:30pm

Please join us for the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association community meetings on Thursday, January 21st from 6:30-8pm.

6:30-7pm: Greening Committee
Playground & Courts hours, Street Trees and Pavement Removal
(Contact: green@hayesvalleysf.org)

7-8pm: Membership & Community Meeting
TOWN HALL MEETING for neighborhood concerns; Supervisor London Breed will listen, take notes, and provide feedback.
(Contact: president@hayesvalleysf.org)

HVNA Community Meetings  
Details 

Date: Thursday, January 21, 2016
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Event Category: Community Events

Venue 

Hayes Valley Playground Clubhouse 
Hayes & Buchanan
San Francisco, CA 94102
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Hayes Valley Art Works is working in partnership with Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association and Haight Street Art Center to create a place to come together to discuss, learn, teach, share and express artistic vision for the betterment of the neighborhood. 

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The Hayes Valley Playground Clubhouse at Hayes and Buchanan. WRNS Studio, 2014.

New development for affordable family housing coming to Hayes Valley

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By Gail Baugh, HVNA Vice President

A new development, at the corner of Fell and Laguna Streets, was presented at a neighborhood outreach meeting, Wednesday evening, July 29. Approximately 110 units, including 2 and 3 bedrooms for families, will be car-free. It is hoped there will be on-site child care, extra bike parking for families, a community garden, and other onsite amenities to assist in raising a family in the center of our city. See the information on this blog, and watch for more information from our Transportation and Planning Committee.

Read the “fact sheet” for this development here.

This article was originally published on July 31, 2015 on the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Association Blog. Read the original article here.