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Aug 13 12

Petition re: 1050 Valencia


The neighborhood association is petitioning the Planning Commission to stop the proposed development at 1050 Valencia St. (the former Spork Building).  If you’d like to learn more about this cause and potentially sign the petition, please go to

May 1 12

Sunday Streets in the Mission 5/6


Sunday Streets is happening again this Sunday, May 6 from 11am to 4pm. Hope to see you out there…

For more information, and to see the route, you can visit

Apr 6 12

Mission Community Market–Open again!


Mission Community Market

The Mission Community Market reopens for the season on Thursday, April 12 (and each Thursday after). This year they’ve got new, fresh fruit, vegetable and meat vendors, Mercado Match (dollar for dollar matching), live music, art and youth programs.. Something for everyone!

Mar 15 12

Dolores Park Playground Grand Re-Opening


Saturday, March 31, 2-4pm
Join Mayor Ed Lee, Supervisor Scott Wiener, San Francisco Recreation and Park Department General Manager Phil Ginsburg, Mrs. Helen Diller, San Francisco Parks Alliance, and Friends of Dolores Park Playground for the ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony of Helen Diller Playground at Mission Dolores Park. Refreshments. Music by Orange Sherbet. Come and celebrate!

Feb 14 12

New Board Elected


Congratulations to the new LHNA Board:

President– Shari Steiner
Vice President– Peter Heinecke
Secretary– Jake Barlow

We have openings for Treasurer and Board Member at Large. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the group and the neighborhood. If you can help out, please let Shari know.

Feb 3 12

LHNA Officer Elections: Tuesday, Feb 7


It’s time to elect the new LHNA Board for 2012! Please plan to attend the meeting on Tuesday, Feb 7, 6pm at 10 Hill Street.
We will elect officers to hold five positions:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Board Member at Large

This is a great way to get involved with what’s happening in our rapidly evolving neighborhood. See you all on Tuesday!

Jan 10 12

1050 Valencia Project


Two important meetings regarding the project at 1050 Valencia (the former Spork building).

This week: Thursday, January 12 at 6:30pm, 10 Hill Street
This meeting will be at Risa’s house to discuss our position and
presentation as regards the new plans being reviewed for the
development previously at 1050 Valencia Street, now being submitted as
One Hill Street.

Next week: Tuesday, January 17 from 5:50pm, Mission Cultural Center, 2868 Mission Street, La Salita meeting room on the second floor.
This meeting is with the Architect, Stephen Antonaros, where he will
present his new design and plans for the Spork site. The meeting room
is reserved for three hours, so late-comers will still have time to
stop by.

Please try to attend both meetings if you can. If not both, please
come to the Tuesday meeting next week so that we can show that we are
an active community, paying attention to what’s happening in our

Dec 1 11

LHNA Holiday Party


The Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association invites you, your family and neighbors to our annual celebration of the holidays at the fabulous Victorian home of one of our Liberty Hill Historic District founders, John Barbey. Come by and meet your neighbors, find out what’s happening in our local community, and learn how you can get involved.

We invite everyone in the neighborhood to come celebrate with us. Holiday beverages, wine and food will be served. We look forward to seeing you there!

PS. While the LHNA Holiday Party is free, please consider joining or renewing your membership, and contributing to our local non-profit outreach efforts. Click to download a membership form.

Oct 18 11

Sunday Streets in the Mission 10/23


Sunday Streets is happening again this Sunday, October 23 from 11am to 4pm. Hope to see you out there…

For more information, and to see the route, you can visit

Oct 11 11

SF NERT City Drill this Saturday


Come out to Holly Park this Saturday (10/15) to learn about earthquake preparedness and how you can protect your family in the event of a major disaster. Neighborhood Emergency Response Teams will be conducting city-wide drills. Learn more about NERT or just come and play a “victim”. Click here for a flyer with more details.