Yerba Buena Alliance Events

Jul
11
Thu
July Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Yelp Conference Room
Jul 11 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
July Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Yelp Conference Room

Save the date for the 2nd Thursday in July, for July 11th and the Yerba Buena neighborhood meeting.

This meeting will be hosted by Yelp at 140 New Montgomery Street. Due to security, you have to register here. 

Due to the 4th of July holiday the Alliance moved the date of the meeting to the 2nd Thursday, thank you!

Agenda to be updated soon, check back for more info.

The August 1st meeting will be hosted by City College of San Francisco’s downtown campus at 44 Fourth Street from 8:45 to 10 am.

 

 

Sep
12
Thu
September Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Park Central Hotel
Sep 12 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
September Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Park Central Hotel

Join us for an engaged and informed look at what is going on in the Yerba Buena neighborhood!
The meeting has been moved to the 2nd Thursday of the month due to the Labor Day holiday and many stakeholders traveling.

Join us on Thursday, September 12th at the Park Central Hotel at Mission and Third Street to discuss the following:

AGENDA

  1. About the Park Central Hotel
  2. About Culture for Community, September 19th
  3. About Yerba Buena Night 2019 by the YBCBD
  4. About Night Market, a new cocktail lounge at Market and 3rd
  5. One more topic TBA
  6. Hear from the Yerba Buena neighborhood

All stakeholders are welcome! Refreshments generously provided by the host.

Oct
3
Thu
October Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ St. Regis Hotel San Francisco
Oct 3 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
October Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ St. Regis Hotel San Francisco

Join us for the Yerba Buena Neighborhood meeting. Meeting is moved back to the first Thursday of the month, our standard time from 8:45 to 10:00 am.

Get to know the stakeholders of the neighborhood and get involved in what is going on.

Agenda:

  1. About the host St. Regis Hotel San Francisco
  2. About Recology programs and how to “green” Yerba Buena
  3. Yerba Buena Alliance’s 28th anniversary November 12th
  4. Community Safety update with the SFPD
  5. Trolly Dances 2019 
  6. Hear from you, the neighborhood.

Refreshments provided. All are welcome.  See here for the Alliance October newsletter.

Nov
7
Thu
November Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ SFMOMA in the Phyllis Wattis Theater
Nov 7 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
November Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ SFMOMA in the Phyllis Wattis Theater

Join us at the SFMOMA in the Phyllis Wattis Theater for the November 7th Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting.
Meeting on the 1st Thursday of the month. We ask that all attendees enter through the museum’s Minna Street Entrance (between Third and New Montgomery Streets).

Join us for an engaged and informed look at what is going on with the local neighborhood stakeholders.

AGENDA:

  1. About the SFMOMA programs and events
  2. San Francisco Art Commission update and public art in the Yerba Buena neighborhood
  3. November 12th reminder for the Yerba Buena Alliance’s annual community celebration
  4. One more topic TBA
  5. Hear from you, the Yerba Buena neighborhood

All stakeholders are welcome! We must submit an RSVP list for security reasons. Please email your RSVP to virginia@yerbabuena.org.

Dec
5
Thu
December Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Marriott Marquis Hotel
Dec 5 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
December Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ Marriott Marquis Hotel

December 5th Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting

Generously hosted by the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel. Join us for the last neighborhood meeting of 2019.

Agenda:

  1. About the Marriott Marquis hotel
  2. 2019 year in review
  3. 2020 preview
  4. One more topic TBA
  5. Hear from you, the Yerba Buena Neighborhood

All stakeholders are welcome. Refreshments generously provided by the Marquis hotel.

Jan
9
Thu
January 2020 Neighborhood Meeting @ San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR)
Jan 9 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am

Join us for the first meeting of 2020 on the 2nd Thursday of the Month!

Due to the NYE holiday we are joining one another for a 2020 preview on Thursday, January 9, 2020

Join us at SPUR Urban Center

Agenda

  1. About SPUR
  2. About the Yerba Buena Gardens Conservancy update
  3. 2020 preview with John Elberling, president of TODCO
  4. Hear from you, the neighborhood

Light refreshments are provided. All are welcome

Feb
6
Thu
February 2020 Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ YBCA
Feb 6 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am
February 2020 Yerba Buena Neighborhood Meeting @ YBCA

Join us for an engaged and informed look with Supervisor Matt Haney of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for District 6.

The Alliance appreciates YBCA for our ongoing February neighborhood meeting with our neighborhood supervisor.

Get to know what Matt is doing and focusing on for 2020 and find out what your neighborhood is thinking. All are welcome.

 

Feb
20
Thu
Culture for Community in Yerba Buena
Feb 20 – Feb 21 all-day

See on Facebook 

Nine Cultural Organizations in the Yerba Buena partner for Culture for Community

See more here. 

Participating Institutions

  1. 111 Minna Gallery
    111 Minna Street

  2. California Historical Society
    678 Mission Street
    Programs  Explore our current exhibitions, join for a docent-led tour at 4PM, and stay for the Curator Swap.

  3. Children’s Creativity Museum
    221 Fourth Street, offering free Carousel rides 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
    See more here

  4. Contemporary Jewish Museum
    736 Mission Street
    Open free from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm with special evening programming

  5. Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD)
    585 Mission Street with open mic night

  6. SFMOMA
    151 Third Street, RSVP here
    10:00 am to 9:00 pm

  7. SF Travel Visitor Center
    749 Howard Street, info center on what is going on
    9:00 am to 5:00 pm

  8. SF Camera Work
    1011 Market Street, 2nd Floor
    11:00 am to 6:00 PM

  9. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
    701 Mission Street, find more here
    Open free from 5:00 to 8:00 pm

Culture for Community Free Day on February 20 Celebrates Black History Month

This year’s first Culture for Community gathering on February 20 focuses on the theme of Black History Month. A unique partnership of Yerba Buena neighborhood arts and cultural organizations, Culture for Community  presents thematic Free Days. The Culture for Community collaboration showcases the Yerba Buena arts district as one of the city’s premiere destinations and increases accessibility to the neighborhood’s rich cultural offerings. Each Free Day focuses on a theme that resonates with the unique perspectives of the Bay Area community. On February 20, participating organizations will present exhibitions and programming that focuses on the importance of African American art, culture, history, and community. It offers a full day of museum and gallery hopping in the Yerba Buena neighborhood, with each Culture for Community partner hosting special events and activities and open for free throughout the day. 

Select offerings are listed below:

  • The Contemporary Jewish Museum and Night at the Jewseum celebrate Black History Month with a curator swap, featuring MoAD curator Elizabeth Gessel discussing the history of the Berkeley Tigers, a Levi’s®-clad, East Bay African American motorcycle club; Bartertown gameplay with Urban Works Agency; and the Nathan Clevenger Quartet performing a tribute to the poet and musician David Berkman.

  • MoAD celebrates the importance of living history with an evening of spoken word and playback theater by amazing poets from throughout the Bay Area and in partnership with the Neighborly Project; featured artists will include shah noor and Ryanaustin Dennis.

  • SF Camerawork presents the exhibition Jamil Hellu: Together, a survey of works by Jamil Hellu, who, for the last decade, has developed a distinct visual vocabulary addressing the intersections of cultural lineages and queerness.

  • SFMOMA presents a day of exhibitions and events, from vibrant, moving portraits by photographer Dawoud Bey, to screenings of films by Nicole Miller and Rashaad Newsome, to hourly gallery tours — plus a family story time hosted by the San Francisco Public Library. Celebrate Black History Month, relax in the airy galleries or take in the largest Living Wall in the U.S.

For more information and to see the full list of participating organizations, please visit

Culture for Community or yb3tsf.org.

 

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