Welcome to the 9th Annual Noe Valley Harvest Festival! This year’s family-friendly festival is scheduled for Saturday October 26th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on 24th Street between Sanchez and Church.
Over 50 Bay Area artists and crafts people will display and sell their creations just in time for holiday gift giving. Also featured will be non-stop entertainment and activities for adults and kids. That’s why we have live bands on two stages, a pumpkin patch (free for the kids!), two jumpy tents, balloon artists, face painters, a henna artist, a dog costume contest – sponsored by Pet Camp, a children’s costume contest – sponsored by Whole Foods Market, and a dunk tank (whew!) to keep you busy!
Bringing the “harvest” to the Harvest Festival – the Noe Valley Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. And if that wasn’t enough good fun, the Noe Valley Merchants and Professionals Association will host their annual 24th Street Hay Ride! Festival attendees will relish in the fall food Noe Valley’s famous restaurants have in store.
The festival is a labor of love and an all-volunteer effort by Noe Valley residents and business people as well as members of the NV Merchants and Professionals Association and the Noe Valley Association. Please go to our Volunteer page if you would like to help!
Recently deceased Noe Valley resident, Paul Kantus left Friends of Noe Valley $10,000 in his will. The money is. . . “to be used for Grants to organizations and/or individuals that would benefit the safety, cleanliness and well being of Noe Valley.”
More information will be coming soon on how to apply for these funds.
You’re invited to participate in the October 19th Community Clean Team Volunteer event in Districts 8 & 9!
Get your volunteer team together and prepare to tackle projects all around Districts 8 & 9! We have cleaning and greening projects to keep you busy.
Join us at the kick-off at John O’Connell High School located at 2355 Folsom Street.
Lunch is being generously provided by our event sponsor 76. Please bring appropriate clothing for working outside. Bringing a reusable water bottle is highly recommended. Leave your valuables at home.
RSVP is required for lunch, please contact Jerad.Weiner@sfdpw.org to get your group on the list.
Make sure to mention how many volunteers in your group and if there are any special requirements (food restrictions, accessibility concerns, or if you are bringing small children).
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday October 19th at the SFDPW Community Clean Team in Districts 8 & 9.
October Clean Team Flyer
Department of Public Works
City and County of San Francisco
2323 Cesar Chavez
San Francisco, CA 94124