On Sunday, December 15th, we will have Holiday Wreath Making inside the Conservatory! IT IS FREE. We start at Noon and will finish at 4:00 PM. We will have lots of greenery and greens with red berries. My cotoneaster is revived, and it is full of bright red berries at this point. The holly is […]
The Detroit Street steps in Sunnyside are getting a spruce up and local residents can take part on June 8, when Sunnyside volunteers are scheduling a “Cleanup and Celebration Day.” During the event, neighbors will have an opportunity to work alongside DPW’s Green and Clean Team, weeding the upper and lower steps. It’s the start […]
Spending time in Sunnyside? Get to know this San Francisco neighborhood on the rise by visiting its most popular local eateries, from a homey brunch café to a neighborhood Thai joint. Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top places to visit in Sunnyside, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce […]
Time to Step It Up and Have Some Neighborhood Fun! Join us on February 23, 2019 from 12 noon until 2 pm to celebrate the kick-off event for two approved proposals that will be on the the District 7 Participatory Budget ballot for 2019: Lighting Sunnyside’s Detroit Steps for Safety and Visibility Preparing Sunnyside’s Detroit Steps […]
Thanks to Sally Ross, Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory, for keeping us up to speed on so many wonderful happenings. For half a day, help keep Sunnyside Conservatory beautiful– Saturday, 10/13, 9 a.m. to Noon The Christopher Playground group has invited us to come to their playground for a hot dog after working in the Conservatory. […]
The Joost and Baden Street Mini Park has been hailed as one of the City’s loveliest spots by Curbed SF. It’s #17 on the list. Here’s the link: https://sf.curbed.com/maps/gardens-green-spaces-secret-parks-hidden-sf-map
Hundreds of people thronged the newly reopened Sunnyside Conservatory at 236 Montery Blvd. Bagpipes wailed and a host of neighborhood, city and state luminaries gave speeches, but the highlight of the day was the gorgeous new Conservatory, better than ever after a ten-year effort to rebuild the 111-year-old structure.