Artist with unique handcrafted work can apply for a booth space before the deadline July 1, 2013. Priority will be given to Cole Valley residents, returning vendors, and promising new applicants. (Imported merchandise will not be considered). Musicians from all genres and styles are encouraged to apply for one-hour performance slots. The Cole Valley Fair is a small and intimate street fair where the right sound will attract a lot of attention.
And, yes, Cars on Cole will be back again this year. Never been to the event? Interesting neighborhood vehicles accepted — whatever that may mean. It need not be a “show queen”, or vintage, or rare. The range of vehicles in past years has been from a gaggle of Citroen 2CV’s, British, German, French, Japanese and Italian sports and touring cars, heavy 30-60’s American Iron, Model A to modern Hot Rod, bicycles to motorcycles.
Application forms for vendors, musicians, and cars are available on www.midlinestudio.com/Cole_Valley_Fair.html. Food applications will be handled separately.]]>
Grattan Elementary School, 165 Grattan Street
$10 child, $15 adult, $40 family
Balloons! Fantastic comedy magic show by Mike Toy Magic! Buffet ballpark style dinner! Magillah Reading!
Chabad of Cole Valley,Nosson Potash, 415-598-8718, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up online and enter a raffle to win two GIANTS tickets! www.ChabadCV.org/2124499
Watch a spectacular fire show.
Enjoy delicious latkas and donuts.
Have your picture taken with Judah the Maccabee.
Fun arts and crafts for kids.
You are invited to the first Community Workshop to offer your input on what you’d like to see change (or not) about Haight Street.
What: Haight Ashbury Public Realm Plan, First Community Meeting facilitated by City Planner Alexis Smith
When: Wednesday, October 24th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Where: Urban School, 1563 Page Street, San Francisco
Questions: Alexis Smith (email@example.com; 415-575-9131; http://haightashbury.sfplanning.org)
Perfect for your daily MUNI commute. Available soon on www.SFlocal.net or Etsy. Check them out in person at the Haight Ashbury Fair on June 10th. (Haight @ Belvedere St.), or at the North Beach Fair on June 16th and 17th.]]>
The Cole Valley Fair continues to be a charming and well-attended event sponsored by merchants and organizations with outstanding records of community support. The fair features local art and fine crafts, lip-smacking food, live music, a display of historical Cole Valley photographs, a full block of vintage automobiles owned by neighborhood residents, events for children, and more!
If you’re an artist with unique handcrafted work or a food vendor with tasty morsels, we hope you’ll apply for a booth space. The deadline is July 1. Priority will be given to Cole Valley residents, returning vendors, and promising new applicants. (Imported merchandise will not be considered). We will be accepting some applicants before the deadline date.
We’re also seeking musicians from all genres and styles for one-hour performance slots. The Cole Valley Fair is a small and intimate street fair where the right sound will attract a lot of attention.
And, yes, Cars on Cole will be back again this year. Never been to the event? We look for interesting neighborhood vehicles– whatever that may mean. It need not be a “show queen”, or vintage, or rare. The range of vehicles in past years has been from a gaggle of Citroen 2CV’s, British, German, French, Japanese and Italian sports and touring cars, heavy 30-60’s American Iron, Model A to modern Hot Rod, bicycles to motorcycles.
All applications are available here.]]>
If you have no patience: stick tattoo to the raw eggs. (Surprise your roommate when they open the fridge)
If you have some patience: stick tattoo to the hard boiled eggs. (Wow your coworkers at the lunch break)
If you have A LOT of patience: use a needle to poke two holes on opposite end of the eggshell. Blow the egg white and yolk out. Clean the eggs. Let dry. Then stick the tattoos on. (Permanent display and great gift!)
Larger, white eggs recommended.
I went to their March 18th event, here’s the video of Hannah performing herself:
Cellist Sam Bass and the Canadian composer Stephen Brown only met for the first time for 2 hours before performing together here:
There are many other musicians too.
The event is free, but everybody was eager to fill the tip jar. Hey if you want to start a salon or would like to host some musicians in your home for a reasonable fee - give them a call. Hannah is well connected with other musicians. You can sit very close to the musicians with your friends instead of watching the performance from all the way in the back with hundreds of people.d83 ]]>
Friday After School Program at Grattan Playground
May 18 - Free Trial Session
Join a unique after school program exploring Jewish culture, Shabbat, and Holidays.
‘Roll and bake your own Matzah’ program for kids (and their parents) in Cole Valley.
April 1st at 3:30 pm
A hands-on educational experience going through the entire Matza-baking process: mixing the flour and water, kneading the dough, rolling, shaping, and preparing it for the “brick” oven. Then, the “Model” Matzos are baked and are given out to each child to take home.
Call 415-598-8718 for more information]]>
March 8th at 5:30 pm
@ Grattan School Auditorium, 165 Grattan Street
* Megilah Reading
* Drum Circle with Yari Mander
* Crafts for kids
* NY Deli & Salad Bar
* Live music with Mel’s Mellow Bellows
* Viennese Table
- Online: $10 Adult | $7 Child | $30 Family Rate
- At the Door: $15 Adult | $10 Child | $40 Family Rate
For more info, click here.]]>