The Art Deco facade of the Italian American Social Club at 25 Russia Avenue in the Excelsior.
3/12/20: This event is now postponed due to concerns over COVID-19. For those who have registered, please keep a look out for a separate email announcement soon. If you would like to be notified of when we reschedule this event, please register using the button below to get added to our event email list.
The Heritage in the Neighborhoods program will kick off in the Excelsior District with a free and open public gathering on March 25, 2020, 6:30 PM at the Italian American Social Club of San Francisco (25 Russia Avenue). Register Now!
Come learn about the Excelsior’s architectural and cultural history, and progress on creating the district’s first City Landmark. Add your vote for the Excelsior’s most important buildings, and find out how you can help celebrate and defend this neighborhood’s unique heritage.
Presented in partnership with the Victorian Alliance of San Francisco, Excelsior Action Group, and the Western Neighborhoods Project/OpenSFHistory.org, with participation from the San Francisco Planning Department.
Light refreshments will be served, and we encourage you to stay on for a classic Italian meal at the IASCSF’s restaurant, a neighborhood gathering place for over 80 years.
*This event is free, but please register so we can keep track of our room capacity.
If you have any thoughts, ideas, and questions as we plan this program, please reach out to Kerri Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-441-3000 x22. We welcome interest and participation from anyone and everyone for this exciting program!