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SF Symphony All Neighborhood Concert

Telegraph Hill Dwellers has again purchased our maximum allotment of San Francisco Symphony’s All Neighborhood Concert, Thursday, September 4, 8:00 PM at Davies Hall.

Order via mail: Please include a check for $10 or $20 and also include a SASE (Self-Addressed-Stamped-Envelope) for returning the tickets to you.

THD
Attention: Symphony Tickets
P.O. Box 330159
San Francisco, CA 94133.

You may also purchase online here for $11 a ticket to cover mailing and the Paypal fee. Please include your mailing address in the note if different than your paypal address. This link is also available on our website: www.thd.org.

This can be a hot ticket so mail NOW.

If you have never been to this concert, I highly recommend it. The energy with an all San Francisco crowd, many of them active in various organizations from across the city, is wonderful.

NEW THIS YEAR: If you get tickets but are unable to attend, please contact THD at 415-843-1011 (THD-Ten-Eleven). We will try to put you in touch with a member who requested but did not receive tickets. Although we always sell all available tickets, there are usually no-show empty seats. We are trying to avoid the problem this year and thank you for your consideration.



Click below to add tickets to your card. Be sure to change quantity to 2 and click update to purchase 2 tickets.



Francisco Park

Francisco Reservoir is one step away from becoming Francisco Park. On July 22, the full Board of Supervisors will vote on the park. THD is enthusiastically supporting the park. For more information, see the Francisco Reservoir website.

City to defend Prop B

The California State Lands Commission has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court challenging the voter-approved Proposition B and the power of San Francisco voters and their elected representatives to weigh in on waterfront height limits and development decisions. Waterfront advocates blasted the state agency lawsuit and applauded San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera for immediately announcing he would vigorously defend the right of San Francisco to have a voice in shaping the city’s shoreline. Read more here and here.