We are grateful to Andrew Maloney, project architect, for his care in preserving (and recovering) the architectural gems of the Conservatory building: daylighting the original skylights that had been covered over, highlighting the original bentwood trusses, sourcing salvaged old-growth redwood to trim out the interior and then staining it in a clear varnish to feature its beauty, designing a floor that echoed the old interior planting beds of the Conservatory, and working with the Friends to find the right exterior … Read More
In the initial planning stages….Stay Tuned…..
…..an evening of small gatherings in Sunnyside Conservatory
Host a small, enchanting dinner party for your friends, neighbors, and family in our restored Conservatory. Details: Tables available for 8 guests.
Community Event sponsored by Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory. We offer a table set with plates, linens, and cutlery. You provide festive spirit, and food and non-alcoholic drinks, potluck style.
Note: there are no facilities to refrigerate or heat food on site.… Read More
Monica Lee, artist-in-residence at Ruth’s Table (Bethany Senior Center), has been a professional photographer in San Francisco for 30 years. Her works, including three books, have been published nationally and internationally. Most recently, Monica has devoted her time to her life-long passion for making art. She has been influenced all her life by her 90-year-old father who can always be found making and building things. She has taught dozens of craft workshops in the Bay Area with participants ages 2-99 and focuses on … Read More