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The next Noe Valley Voice will be the April 2009 issue, distributed in Noe Valley by April 3. E-mail calendar items by March 20 to email@example.com or write the Noe Valley Voice, 1021 Sanchez St., SF, CA 94114. Note: Noe Valley events receive priority, but we'll consider items from all over the city. Thank you.
MARCH 2009 CALENDAR
NOW: Friends of Noe Valley is accepting applications for garden stops and volunteers for the fifth annual Noe Valley GARDEN TOUR on June 13. Call Richard May, 602-4445.
NOW: May 8 is the deadline for YOUTH ARTISTS (high school through two years of college) to submit art on the topic "How Would You Change the World?" to the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2009 Exhibition and Contest. 2868 Mission. 821-1155. www.missionculturalcenter.org.
March 1-27: An EXHIBIT of "Future Landscapes Designed by Women," featuring Latina women artists, continues at Mission Cultural Center. Reception March 27, 7-9 pm. 2868 Mission. 821-1155. www.missionculturalcenter.org.
March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29: The Bliss Bar Sunday Afternoon JAZZ SERIES features pianist Larry Vuckovich and guest artists. 4:30-7:30 pm. 4026 24th. 826-6200; www.blissbarsf.com.
March 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30: Infants and crawlers are invited to sing and play in English and Spanish at BILINGUAL BABY PLAY at Mission Library. 1:10 pm. 300 Bartlett. 355-2800.
March 2-31: OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS meets Monday through Saturday, 7 to 8 am. Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez. 282-2317.
March 2-31: Kids and their caregivers are invited for a free TOT TIME at the Upper Noe Rec Center. Mon., 10-11:30 am; Tues., 3-5 pm; and Wed., 3-5:30 pm. Day & Sanchez. 695-5011 or 970-8061.
March 2-31: Noe Valley SENIOR CENTER serves hot lunches for people over 60, weekdays at 12:30 pm. Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez. 648-1030.
March 2-31: Kids in grades K-7 can get HOMEWORK help at the Mission Library Monday through Thursday, 4-6 pm. 300 Bartlett. 355-2800.
March 3, 10, 17 & 31: The Noe Valley Library sponsors TODDLER TALES, for ages 18- to 36 months, from 10:15 to 10:40 am and preschool STORY TIME from 11 to 11:30 am. 451 Jersey. 355-5707; www.sfpl.org.
March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31: Sing along with Patrick Sosa at Phoenix Books' Tuesday-morning STORY HOUR, for newborns to age 4. 10 am. 3850 24th. 821-3477.
March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31: Chris Sequeira gives a beginners TAI CHI class Tuesdays, with a free introductory session. 6 pm. Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez. Register: 773-8185 or 650-756-6857.
March 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31: Kadampa Buddhist Temple holds MEDITATION on Tuesdays. 7-8:30 pm. 3324 17th. 503-1187.
March 3 & April 7: The SPCA offers a free PET LOSS support group. 7:30-9 pm. 243 Alabama. 554-3050.
March 4, 11, 18 & 25: MoBu Studio's Pal-ersize Adventures in Fitness presents PAL TIME-4-TOTS, a class to practice motor skills for mommies and tots 18 months to 3 years. 9-9:40 am. 1605 Church. 550-PALS.
March 4, 11, 18 & 25: The Upper Noe SENIORS meet for socializing and bingo. Wed., noon-3:30 pm. Upper Noe Rec Center, Day & Sanchez. 970-8061 or 695-5011.
March 4, 11, 18 & 25: Eureka Valley Library's Wednesday LAPSIT, for newborns to age 3, begins at 3 pm; an afternoon story time for ages 3 to 5 starts at 3:30 pm. Tiny Tots Room, 100 Collingwood. 557-4353.
March 4, 11, 18 & 25: Kiki-Yo offers a drop-in KIDS YOGA class from 4:45 to 5:30 on Wednesdays. 605B Chenery. 587-5454.
March 4-15: Theatre Rhinoceros presents A Beautiful View, Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor's PLAY about two women in love. Wed.-Sat., 8 pm; Sun, 3 pm. 861-5079; www.TheRhino.org.
March 4-27: Maria Tam teaches a new YIJIN TAI CHI class at Upper Noe Rec Center on Wednesdays and Fridays. 7-8:30 pm. Day & Sanchez. 828-9436.
March 4-28: City Art Cooperative Gallery hosts a GROUP ART EXHIBIT of new works by members. Reception March 6, 7-10 pm; Wed.-Sun., noon-9 pm. 828 Valencia. 970-9900; www.cityartgallery.com.
March 4, April 1 & May 6: KIKI-YO starts a series of four-week meditation classes. Wed., 7-7:45 am. 605B Chenery. 587-5454.
March 5: The 14th OTHER MINDS Festival of New Music features "new music mavericks" from Poland, Denmark, Canada, Brazil, and more. 7 pm panel, 8 pm concerts. JCCSF Kanbar Hall, 3200 California. 292-1233; www.otherminds.org.
March 5, 12 & 19: A PERFORMANCE POETRY series at the Randall Museum features 13 poets. 7 pm. 199 Museum Way. Call 554-9600 for the schedule.
March 5, 12, 19 & 26: A Thursday STROLLER WALK starts at Holey Bagel at 11 am and rolls through Noe and the Castro. 3872 24th. www.noestrolls.com.
March 5, 12, 19 & 26: CANDLELIT YOGA at Kiki-Yo emphasizes deep relaxation. 7 pm, Thursdays. 605B Chenery. 587-5454.
March 5-26: Fifty24SF Gallery exhibits "Mixed Messages," a group ART SHOW. Reception March 5, 7-9 pm; Tues.-Sun., noon-6 pm. 248 & 252 Fillmore. 252-9144.
March 6: The San Francisco GIRLS CHORUS sings "Baroque Splendor," including Handel, Pergolesi, and Mexican Baroque. 6 pm. Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness. 863-1752; www.sfgirlschorus.org.
March 6 & 8: Goat Hill Productions performs a CABARET OPERA version of The Marriage of Figaro. Fri., 8 pm; Sun., 4 pm. Community Music Center, 544 Capp. 826-8670; wwwsfcmc.org.
March 6, 13, 20 & 27: CLARE tells tales for kids at Cover to Cover's Friday-morning story hour, 10:30 am. 1307 Castro. 282-8080.
March 6, 13, 20 & 27: Bird & Beckett hosts CHILDREN'S STORY TIME Friday mornings at 11 am. 653 Chenery. 586-3733.
March 6, 13, 20 & 27: CHESS CLUB at the Excelsior Branch Library (ages 6 and older) runs from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. 4400 Mission. 355-2868.
March 6, 13, 21 & 27: Free teen POETRY SLAM workshops at the Glen Park Library prepare for the 2009 Youth Speaks event. 4-6 pm. 2825 Diamond. 337-4740.
March 6, 13, 20 & 27: Yell "BINGO!" at St. Paul's Friday nights at 7 pm (doors open at 5 pm). Parish Hall, 221 Valley. 648-7538.
March 6-28: BRIAN COPELAND performs Not a Genuine Black Man on Friday and Saturday. Fri., 8 pm, Sat., 5 pm. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia. 641-0235; www.themarsh.org.
March 7: The monthly PLANT SALE at SF Botanical Garden at Strybing Arboretum in Golden Gate Park features native plants ready for early spring planting. 10 am-1 pm. 661-1316; www.sfbotanicalgarden.org.
March 7: The Swinging GUITARS of Tom Huber and Misisipi Mike (8:30 am) and Failure to Disperse (10:30 am) play the Farmers' Market. 24th & Vicksburg. 248-1332; www.noevalleyfarmersmarket.com.
March 7: James Lick School invites you to a SILENT AUCTION, overflowing with music, food, and biddable items. 6 pm. 1220 Noe.695-5675; www.jameslickptsa.org.
March 7: Local author JOYCE GOLDSTEIN discusses her books, including Mediterranean Fresh and Italian Slow and Savory. 3-4 pm. Omnivore Books. 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 7, 14, 21 & 28: BELLYDANCE BOOTCAMP with Andrea offers a fun and challenging workout. 11 am-noon. Valencia Muscle and Fitness, 333 Valencia. 510-290-6627.
March 7-April 5: Satirist CHARLIE VARON continues his solo portrayal of Rabbi Sam. Thurs. & Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 2 or 7 pm. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia. 641-0235; www.themarsh.org.
March 7-April 12: Gary Brewer and Gage Opdenbrouw exhibit new OIL PAINTINGS at ArtZone 461 Gallery. Reception March 7, 5-8 pm; Wed.-Sun., noon-6 pm. 461 Valencia. 441-8680; www.artzone461.com.
March 7-April 25: LUNATIQUE FANTASTIQUE performs Executive Order 9066, about a Japanese family's incarceration in a WWII internment camp. Sat., 1 pm. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia. 641-0235; www.themarsh.org.
March 8: The NOE VALLEY LIBRARY celebrates the first anniversary since reopening with jazz, refreshments, and a 2:30 pm program "Music Jam with Dylan." 2-4:30 pm. 451 Jersey. 355-5707; www.sfpl.org.
March 8: Cliff Albergotti, the first openly gay professor at USF, discusses his experiences at the monthly PFLAG SUPPORT GROUP. 2-4:30 pm. St. Francis Lutheran Church, 152 Church. 921-8850.
March 8: Peter Reinhart reads from The Bread Baker's Apprentice, at Omnivore Books. 3-4 pm. 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 8: DUB MISSION presents a performance of dancehall and reggae by Nickodemus, to introduce his second album, Sun People. 9 pm-2 am. Elbo Room, 647 Valencia. 552-7788.
March 8-15: The Crossroads IRISH AMERICAN Festival begins with storytelling by Joe McHugh and Tony Bucher. 1-4 pm. Main Library, 100 Larkin. 557-4400; www.sfpl.org.
March 9: Rachel Rodriguez discusses her children's books about Georgia O'Keefe and Antonio Gaudi at ODD MONDAYS at the Noe Valley Ministry. 7:30 pm; dinner Noe Valley Pizza, 5:30 pm (RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org). 1021 Sanchez. 282-2317.
March 10: Attend a free WORKSHOP on how to present a case in small claims court; low-income encouraged. 6 pm. 760 Market, Suite 1042. 693-9811.
March 10: Dr. Jane M. Hightower discusses her book, Diagnosis MERCURY: Money, Politics, and Poison. 6-7:30 pm. Main Library, 100 Larkin. 557-4400; www.sfpl.org.
March 10: Noe Valley author CARA BLACK tells secrets to writing her latest mystery, Murder in the Latin Quarter. 7 pm. 80 West Portal. 564-8080.
March 11: The third Mission STREETSCAPE PLAN public meeting runs from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Women's Building. 3543 18th. 558-6383; missionstreets.sfplanning.org.
March 11, 18 & 25: Eureka Valley Library's Wednesday BABY RHYME TIME, for newborns to 18 months, begins at 3 pm; a family story time for ages 2 to 5 starts at 3:30 pm. 100 Collingwood. 355-5616.
March 12: Meet historian Bertie Mandelblatt, an expert on CREOLE FOOD. 5:30-7:30 pm. Omnivore Books, 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 12-14 & 19-21: Jorge De Hoyos and Company perform the world premiere of DANCE THEATER experiment "Stick." 8 pm. Mama Calizo's Voice Factory, 1519 Mission. 800-838-3006; www.voicefactorysf.org.
March 12-22: The SF International Asian American FILM FESTIVAL offers 108 films, including the North American premiere of South Korea's My Dear Enemy at the Castro, and a documentary about Noe Valley musician Toshio Hirano at the Kabuki (see Short Takes). For schedule, see www.asianamericanmedia.org.
March 12-April 8: Moby Dick bar exhibits "Drawn to Men," PEN AND INK studies of the male form by William Ulrich. 2 pm-2 am. 4049 18th.
March 12-April 22: Creativity Explored hosts "TV AND ME," a group art exhibit depicting favorite shows through the years. Reception March 12, 7-9 pm; Mon., Tues., Wed., & Fri., 10 am-3 pm.; Thurs., 10 am-7 pm; Sat., 1-6 pm. 3245 16th. 863-2108; www.creativityexplored.org.
March 14: Meet local doulas and MIDWIVES at an ongoing second-Saturday event at Natural Resources. 2-4 pm. 1367 Valencia. 550-2611; www.naturalresources-sf.com.
March 14: The Noe Valley Farmers' Market MUSIC features They Call Me Lucky from 8:30 am to 1 pm. 24th & Vicksburg. 248-1332; www.noevalleyfarmersmarket.com.
March 14: Sally Love Saunders leads a CREATIVE WRITING workshop, "Everyone Is a Poet!" 11 am-12:30 pm. Cultural Integration Fellowship, 2650 Fulton. 831-9071.
March 14: The SF Vegetarian Society and Unitarian Universalists host a MEATOUT celebration with a cooking demo. 11 am-3:30 pm. Unitarian Center, 1187 Franklin. Lunch reservations: 273-5481; www.sfvs.org.
March 14: Flo Braker, author of BAKING for All Occasions, answers your questions at Omnivore Books. 3-4 pm. 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 14: A St. Patrick's IRISH DINNER Feast is served by the Men of St. Paul's. 6 pm. Parish Hall, 1690 Church. 648-7538.
March 14: Bid on 140 art works and nibble hors d'oeuvres at ARTSPAN's Benefit Art Show & Auction. 6:30-9 pm. 934 Brannan. 861-9838; www.ArtSpan.org.
March 14 & 15: The CRAFTS MARKET features decorative and functional pieces by 230 artists. 10 am-5 pm. Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason. www.craftsource.org.
March 14 & 15: ODC School and Theater present "Pilot 54: On the In Between," new works by six CHOREOGRAPHERS. Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 7 pm. ODC Dance Commons, Studio B, 351 Shotwell. www.odctheater.org.
March 15: Hawaiian novelist MILTON MURIYAMA presents his book Dying in a Strange Land at 2 pm, and the Lowell Trio plays at 4:30 pm. Bird & Beckett, 653 Chenery. 586-3733; www.birdbeckett.com.
March 15: Radical Women hosts an International WOMEN'S DAY celebration, featuring a discussion of recent world events by a Palestinian woman and an Israeli-born anti-Zionist feminist. 3 pm. New Valencia Hall, 625 Larkin, Suite 202. 864-1278.
March 15: Noe Valley Ministry offers a free JAZZ VESPERS, featuring Gerry Grosz Jazz Kitchen. 5-6 pm. Upper Hall, 1021 Sanchez. 282-2317; www.noevalleyministry.org.
March 15 & April 5: SF City Guides leads free WALKING TOURS of Noe Valley on first and third Sundays through April. 1-3 pm. Meet at the Noe Valley Library, 451 Jersey. 557-4266; www.sfcityguides.org.
March 16: Atlas Café hosts "Down to a Science," monthly discussions by local SCIENTISTS. 7-9 pm. 3049 20th. 648-1047; www.sciencecafesf.com.
March 17: Have a feast of corned beef and cabbage at ST. PATRICK'S DAY celebrations at the Dubliner, O'Greenberg's, and other local pubs. 11 am on. Dubliner: 826-2279; O'Greenberg's: 695-9216; Noe's Bar: 282-4007; Valley Tavern: 285-0674.
March 18: Budget officials discuss the ECONOMIC CRISIS at a meeting of the Noe Valley Democratic Club. 7:30 pm. St. Philip's Church, 725 Diamond. 641-5838.
March 18: Lynn J. Rothschild from NASA explains "Why an Astronomer Should Care About ASTROBIOLOGY" at the SF Amateur Astronomers meeting. 7:30 pm. Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way. 554-9600.
March 18: The Mission Library screens a DOCUMENTARY by Deborah Koons Garcia, The Future of Food. 7:15-8:45 pm. 300 Bartlett. 355-2800.
March 19: The EUREKA VALLEY Promotion Association meets the third Thursday of the month. 7:30 pm. Castro Meeting Room, 501 Castro. 437-9414; www.evpa.org.
March 21: TasteTV's second annual International CHOCOLATE SALON features chef talks, demos, and tastings. 10 am-6 pm. Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason. sfchocolatesalon.com.
March 21: Damond Moodie (8:30 am) and Dennis Campagna & Friends (10:30 am) play the Noe Valley FARMERS' MARKET. 24th & Vicksburg. 248-1332; www.noevalleyfarmersmarket.com.
March 21: High-schoolers can get the "dirt" on JOBS for the environment at Chrissy Field's free Eco-Career Day. 10 am-3 pm. Preregister 561-7767; email@example.com.
March 21: The TIKI ISLAND FAMILY FLING and silent auction, featuring live music and tropically inspired cuisine, benefits the Noe Valley Nursery School. 1021 Sanchez. 282-2317; www.noevalleynurseryschool.com.
March 21: Alvarado's "Not-So-SILENT AUCTION" features wine, getaways, and art work, to benefit the school. 6-11 pm. Janet Pomeroy Center, 207 Skyline. 695-5695.
March 22: Winners of the 2008 Soul-Making LITERARY COMPETITION read and perform their works. 1-4 pm. Main Library, 100 Larkin. 557-4400; www.sfpl.org.
March 22: EASTENDERS Repertory Company performs excerpts from Pride Open, an exploration of sexual identity. 2-4 pm. Noe Valley Library, 451 Jersey. 355-5707; www.sfpl.org.
March 22: Noe Valley CHAMBER MUSIC presents "Six Degrees," a performance of American composers' themes by the San Francisco Piano Quartet. 4 pm. Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez. 648-5236; www.nvcm.org.
March 23: 96-year-old retired physics teacher Al Goldbaum and world travelers Ellis and Ellen Harris explain how they're still active in their 90s at ODD MONDAYS series. 7:30 pm; dinner Noe Valley Pizza, 5:30 pm (RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org). 1021 Sanchez. 282-2317.
March 24: FILMS of interest to children ages 3 to 5 are shown at 10:15 and 11 am. Noe Valley Library, 451 Jersey. 355-5707; www.sfpl.org.
March 24: Founder of Flock Home Linens Gina Pericini leads a workshop in APPLIQUE on linens (ages 18 and older). 6:30-8:45 pm. Noe Valley Library, 451 Jersey. Preregistration required: 355-5707; www.sfpl.org.
March 24 & 31; April 7, 14, 21 & 28: "ECONOMICS for Activists: From the Chaos of Capitalism to the Socialist Solution" is a discussion circle sponsored by Radical Women and the Freedom Socialist Party. 7-8:30 pm. El Cafetazo, 3087 16th. 864-1278.
March 25: The Bernal Heights Library BOOK CLUB discusses Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. 4 pm. Coleridge Park Homes, 190 Coleridge. 355-2810.
March 25: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts hosts "Luna Negra," a night of WOMEN'S LIVE ART. 2868 Mission. 821-1155. www.missionculturalcenter.org.
March 25: Local author Ruth Cohen discusses her struggle with BIPOLAR DISORDER in Remains of a Cloud, at the Excelsior Branch Arts and Culture Salon. 7-8:30 pm. Excelsior Library, 4400 Mission. 355-2868.
March 26: MARK CARO reads from his book The Foie Gras Wars at Omnivore Books. 6-7 pm. 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 26: UPPER NOE Neighbors holds its monthly meeting at 7:30 pm at the Upper Noe Rec Center, Day & Sanchez. 285-0473.
March 26: Monologuist JOSH KORNBLUTH performs "I Brake for Buber," an improvisation-in-progress. 8:30 pm. Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission. 655-7800; www.thecjm.org.
March 28: Animal Care & Control hosts a Small Animal ADOPTION FAIR from 9 am to 1 pm at the Farmers' Market; music provided by Jude (8:30 am) and Michael Shaffer (10:30 am). 24th & Vicksburg. 248-1332; www.noevalleyfarmersmarket.com.
March 28: Financial adviser Catherine Pinkas discusses "The ECONOMIC DOWNTURN" and how midlife and older women can plan for the future. 10 am-noon. Flood Building, Room 1185, 870 Market. 989-4422; www.owlsf.org.
March 28: Nicolette Niman reads from her book Righteous Porkchop: Finding a Life and Good Food Beyond Factory Farms. 3-4 pm. Omnivore Books, 3885A Cesar Chavez. 282-4712; www.omnivorebooks.com.
March 28: Winter Flowers, Eagle Winged Palace, and Randazzo Robinson perform at the Noe Valley MUSIC SERIES at the Noe Valley Ministry. 7:30 pm. 1021 Sanchez. 454-5238; www.noevalleymusicseries.com.
March 28: SONGWRITER co-op Blah Blah Woof Woof hosts a concert, "Songs to Lift Your Spirits," by Bev Barnett and Greg Newlon. 7:30 pm. MoBu Dance Studio, 1605 Church. www.brownpapertickets.com.
March 29: Karen Kelly gives a presentation on the life of SAINT PAUL the Apostle, as revealed through works of art. 2 pm. St. Paul Church, 221 Valley at Church. 648-7538. www.stpaulsf.org.
March 29: The Switchboard MUSIC FESTIVAL features a nonstop, eight-hour marathon concert of music and dance. 2-10 pm. Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th. 407-9794 ; www.switchboardmusic.com.
March 29: Walter Brents speaks about the life of the BUDDAH at 2:30 pm, and a concert by Michaela Spatt and the vocalese ensemble from the School of the Arts begins at 4:30 pm. Bird & Beckett, 653 Chenery. 586-3733; www.birdbeckett.com.
March 29: Take a sneak peak at Alessandro Solbiati's Sestetto a Gérard, a performance of Italian NEW MUSIC, at ODC Dance Commons. 4:30 pm. 351 Shotwell. www.sfcmp.org.
March 31: Therese Poletti discusses her book, ART DECO San Francisco: The Architecture of Timothy Pflueger, at the meeting of the SF History Association. 7 pm. St. Philip's Church, 725 Diamond. 750-9986; www.sanfranciscohistory.org.
April 1: Just Awesome! Games hosts a BARBECUE. 816 Diamond. Call for time: 970-1484; www.justawesomegames.com.
April 225: Carolyn Doyle performs a SHOW about raising an autistic child in Confessions of a Refrigerator Mother. Thurs.-Sat., 8 pm. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia. 641-0235; www.themarsh.org.
April 4: The DAHLIA Society of California holds its annual tuber and cutting sale. 9 am until sold out. Hall of Flowers, Golden Gate Park. 994-2448.
April 4: Maria van Lieshout hosts a BOOK PARTY to celebrate the publication of PEEP! A Little Book About Taking a Leap. 5 pm. Cover to Cover, 1307 Castro. 282-8080.
April 4: JAZZ VOCALIST Kendra Shank performs with her quartet at 8 pm. Noe Valley Ministry, 1021 Sanchez. 454-5238; www.noevalleymusicseries.com.
April 4: The Swinging GUITARS of Tom Huber and Misisipi Mike (8:30 am) and Devil's Slide (10:30 am) play the Farmers' Market. 24th & Vicksburg. 248-1332; www.noevalleyfarmersmarket.com.
April 5: Board the historic SF Maritime National Park VESSELS at Hyde Street Pier free on the first Sunday of the month. 447-5000; http://nps.gov/safr.
April 5: Rocket DOG RESCUE shows off dogs who need homes. Noon-4 pm. Zephyr Real Estate, 4040 24th. 642-4786.
April 6: Neil Fahy presents a slide lecture, "The SF EARTHQUAKE of 1906: Lessons in Leadership." 7:45-9 pm. Miraloma Park Improvement Club, 350 O'Shaughnessy. 281-0892; www.miralomapark.org.
The next Noe Valley Voice will be the April 2009 issue, distributed in Noe Valley by April 3. E-mail calendar items by March 20 to email@example.com or write the Noe Valley Voice, 1021 Sanchez St., SF, CA 94114. Note: Noe Valley events get priority, but we'll consider items from all over the city. Thank you.