The “Sunday Streets” phenomenon returns to Folsom Street on Sunday, August 18, 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm, creating 1.3 miles of temporary open space — from Essex to 10th Street — for the community to enjoy.
Once again, the Leather Community will take over a portion of the street — probably between 8th and 10th Streets — to introduce the community to our organizations and activities, and to enjoy a car-free afternoon with our neighbors.
Both the San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance and the Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District are planning to participate, and other local organizations of all kinds are also welcome to join in: visit http://sundaystreetssf.com/get-involved/exhibitors/ to sign up (their deadline is July 27.) All kinds of exhibitors are welcome: information booths, physical activity, arts and crafts, art installations, music/dance/cultural performance, food sampling, voter education/political campaigning, or other creative interactivity with the public.
Please “save the day” for this. August 18, 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm . (It will be part of the Leather Alliance Weekend festivities, fitting in between the Contests on Saturday evening, and the Victor Beer Bust later Sunday.
Please contact email@example.com to discuss how you OR your organization can be part of the fun.
You can also plan to attend a planning meeting with the folks of Livable City (the producers of Sunday Streets throughout San Francisco), on July 12th and/or 26th, from 10 to 11 a.m., at the Livable City offices at 325 8th St #235. And for more info about “Sunday Streets SF” , visit their Web site.