San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In celebration of 21 years of community building, Thursday, October 11th, 2012
Honarary Host Committee
Mayor Ed Lee, City of San Francisco
Joe Brennan, SFMOMA
Willie Brown, Former Mayor of San Francisco
Kenneth J. Foster, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Supervisor Jane Kim, District 6 Supervisor, City of San Francisco
Leroy King, Commissioner, Former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
Matthew Witte, Marwitt Company
ABOUT THE YERBA BUENA ALLIANCE
In addition to honoring our fabulous honorees, the Gala supports the Alliance's ability to do its programming including the engaging neighborhood meetings, gallery walks, and all the energy put forth to create community in the Yerba Buena. Thank you in advance for your support!
The Yerba Buena Alliance honors:
Unsung Hero Award
Assistant Project Manager
Yerba Buena Center Redevelopment Area
Former San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
Organizational Champion Award
Welcome to the Metreon and congratulations on the SF store!
Celebrate the neighborhood and our fabulous honorees.
Thank you to our sponsors and restaurant donors:
VIP Sponsors Reception
Sponsor Tickets $125.00
Children's Creativity Museum
221 Fourth Street, San Francisco
Main Gala Event
City View at Metreon
101 Fourth Street, San Francisco
Taste of Metreon, tasting bites by the Metreon
We always encourage everyone to use public transportation. The Metreon does not have its own parking facility. Parking will not be provided, but ample parking is available in the Yerba Buena Area.
The Fifth and Mission Parking Garage is located directly across the street from the Metreon. The first entrance is accessible from Mission Street, if you are driving from 5th Street towards 4th Street. The second entrance is on Minna Street, a one-way street from 5th Street to 4th Street
When & Where
Yerba Buena Alliance
Stretching from 2nd to 5th and Market to Harrison Streets, the Yerba Buena Neighborhood today is one of San Francisco's most dynamic communities. You can't find our concentration of cultural institutions, cutting-edge retail, top-notch hotels, urban green space, world-class convention facilities, fine dining, and residents of all income levels anywhere else. Yerba Buena definitely has something for everyone!
The Yerba Buena Alliance believes stable and vibrant businesses, beautiful and accessible public spaces, mutually-beneficial and lasting relationships, and an engaged community are key to ensuring a high quality of life in San Francisco and the Yerba Buena Neighborhood.
We produce monthly neighborhood meetings as a way to engage and inform the Yerba Buena Community and produce two gallery walks a year, walking tours, convene the cultural institutions through the Culture Cabinet and have an enewsletter which you can join by emailing info(at)yerbabuena dot org.