Growing Up on Congo Street in the 1920s – a delightful recollection that reflects daily life in Glen Park, Sunnyside, and Fairmount Heights a century ago.
Tuesday, May 31: Finding the Freshet that Foiled François, presented by Joel Pomerantz, San Francisco’s Water Historian (SeepCity.org), presented at the meeting of the San Francisco History Association. St. Philip’s Church, 725 Diamond Street (between Elizabeth Street & 24th Street). Doors open at 7 PM, program begins 7:45 PM. General admission $5, SFHA members admission is FREE.
June 11: A new history walk – A Trestle Ran Through It: Early Days in Glen Park Village.June 18: GPNHP General Meeting – Learn how to Research the History of Your Home from our neighbors, Vicky Walker and John Blackburn, of the Bernal History Project.July 16: History walk – Bovines, Dynamite, and High-Flying Shows: the Amazing History of Glen Canyon Park.July 16: Sunnyside History Walk: The Early DaysJuly 26: Evelyn Rose presents at the San Francisco History Association in Noe Valley – Bovines, Dynamite, and High-Flying Shows: The Amazing History of Glen Canyon in San FranciscoAugust 6: GPNHP General Meeting – Discover the History of Diamond Heights, presented by Diamond Heights Resident Historian Richard Brandi.August 20: History walk – A Trestle Ran Through It: Early Days in Glen Park Village.September 24 – Sunnyside History Walk: A Walk Down Mid-Century Monterey Blvd.