September at the Symphony!

It's that time of year again:  THE ALL SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY!

I have received our symphony tickets and can assure everyone that we have excellent seats this year.  We will be seated center terrace, facing MTT!  A number of past attendees had indicated that they would base their ticket order on the seat assignments.  Thus, I am sending out the notice this year only upon receiving the ticket order.  We have no problem using all 32 tickets allowed to our organization.

PROGRAM:  MTT, conductor, will lead the symphony and violin soloists Alina Kobialka and Hannah Tarley in a program of works by Berlioz, Saint-Saens, Ravel, and Britten.

When:   Thursday, September 5, 2019

Time:     8:00PM

Where:  Davies Symphony Hall

To order tickets fill out the following form and return it with your payment, no later than AUGUST 30, to:

                                    Symphony Tickets

                                    c/o Chris Dillon,

                                    Cayuga Improvement Association

                                    311 Foote Ave.

                                    San Francisco 94112


NAME:               __________________________________________

ADDRESS:        __________________________________________

CONTACT INFO:   E-MAIL _________________________   &/or    PHONE:  ____________________

Number of tickets:   ___________  x $12 =  $______________enclosed 

Tickets will be allotted on a first come/first serve basis.



Come one!  Come All!  Join your neighbors of District 11 in the Outer Outer Mission at the Cayuga Park and Recreation Center to learn about your safety, especially after a major disaster, like an earthquake.From 10:00 am until 2:00 pm, there will be various City and Private Agencies, such as, NERT, SFFD, SFPD, Cayuga Connectors, and many other Resiliency Agencies with critical information that will prepare you and your family when the next BIG ONE hits. Whatever it is  -- Fire, Earthquake, Floods, etc.  YOU will be prepared!

It's NOT just about learning, but also major fun!

Music by the DELCO's and other entertainment.  Refreshments and candy for the kids.  Mobile Rec should be there with the climbing wall et al. It is about getting information for preparedness and survival following a disaster, while having fun.  We must all be ready to respond to any emergency.


We will not only need our City Services up and running to assist the neighborhood following any disaster, but it will also take YOU and YOUR FAMILY to be PERSONALLY prepared at home to survive for at least 72 hours, if not more.