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Train Hard - Stay Humble

We have been kicked out of Upper Noe Recreation Center several times now, and we have received several complaints. We need to find a solution to this problem.


First let's answer these questions:

1. Who kicked us out?

2. Why did they say they kicked us out?

3. When did they kick us out?

Since I was not there, I don't know the answers to these questions.

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Please! Answer the questions!!! We need to solve this problem!!!
1) Same guy that kicked us out last time.

2) "no jumping around allowed". Last time the argument was "adults on the playground only in the company of children"

3) as soon as we entered the actual playground area, despite not a single kid in sight.

The easiest way to solve it is to have training either one or two people at the time, or after hours. They seem to close the office around 7pm. Mornings are not as good as the playground is often still wet after the night.
Thanks.
1. Park and Rec staff - specifically an older, taller gentleman and once by a female staff member.
2. Multiple complaints from parents, 'no adults unless accompanied by children' - but this last Friday the older gentleman said he didn't care if we had kids with us or not, no pk period.
3. 6-7pish

Upper Noe is a great spot and I'd hate to lose it. Alex, you and Kirill and any other 18< people are probably safe to train there at any time, but for us adults, very early mornings or very late nights might be our only option..which is lame
Thanks.
Ok, so I think that they wil continue to kick us out if we come back any time soon. Here is my proposal:

1. Let's keep out of that spot in groups of more than three for the next three weeks at least. We can hold the Noe Valley Sessions at other places such as Bernal Heights, Fairmount School, Kate Kennedy, and Douglas Park. Maybe we will have to skip one or two sessions if we can't organize a time and place that we all agree on.

2. After we keep out of the spot for at least three weeks, let's start to go there more often, but always after 6:30, when it gets dark. That way we will not disturb children in the playground, and the administrators will have less of a reason to kick us out. We may have to start the session at Kate Kennedy or Fairmount School and move over to Upper Noe when it gets dark.

3. Finally, if we get kicked out again, let's leave or practice outside of the playground until they close down, at which time we can go back to the playground and practice for an hour or two without having to worry about getting kicked out.

What do you guys think?
Hey Guys and Girls!

MY opinion is to just be as polite as possible, and after they kicked us out 3 times....


It would be pretty disrespectful to go it after all.
...very good point!

With all the god spots in town, some a little secluded, but d-e-s-e-r-t-e-d....
It's a matter of driving a car, or riding a bike around the neighborhood.

Also, previewing with GoogleMaps (satellite), or GoogleEarth, helps selecting them.
;)

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