Women’s History Trivia to Adult Coloring Club: March 2020 Ingleside Library Events Calendar

March 16 Update: All events are canceled due to the public health emergency. INGLESIDE, San Francisco — The San Francisco Public Library has a full calendar for all ages this March. Storytime for Toddlers: Come join us at the library for stories, fingerplays, rhymes, sing-along songs, scarves and bubbles. Storytime lasts 30 minutes; playtime with toys … Read more

This Youth Comic Con In Ingleside Has Plenty To Offer Kids Of All Ages

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — Families, teens and kids of all ages are welcome to attend the San Francisco Youth Justice Comic Con at Lick-Wilmerding High School on Saturday, Feb. 29, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. “We are thrilled that so many of our facilitators, vendors, panelists, and makers are youth artists,” SF Youth Justice … Read more

Flooding Relief Resource Fair For Property Owners This Weekend

The Wells Fargo located at the intersection of Ocean and Brighton avenues underwent construction to prevent stormwater flooding in February 2020.

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — Many Ingleside residents may have noticed that the Wells Fargo on Ocean Avenue at Brighton has been closed for serious construction. The reason: stormwater flooding prevention. When it rains, a number of commercial buildings on the avenue as well as sections of residential neighborhoods, such as Ingleside Terraces and Mission Terrace, … Read more

‘More Than Just Clean Power’: A Q&A With Ingleside Community Power’s Eric Heaney

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — Eric “Kansas” Heaney is an Ingleside resident who is leading an effort with Ocean Ale House co-owner Miles Escobedo to startup a cooperative organization called Ingleside Community Power that will use solar power as a means to build clean energy independence and community. The Light interviewed Heaney ahead of ICP’s first community … Read more

‘One Job Should Be Enough’ Photo Exhibit Closing Reception This Friday

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — The City College of San Francisco Department of Journalism invites the public to the closing reception this Friday of “One Job Should Be Enough,” a photojournalism exhibit on the recent hotel strike in San Francisco. The 30 photographs on display in the Department of Journalism’s Front Page Gallery are the work of … Read more