This Sunday, April 27th, I’ll be vending at the Glen Park Festival in San Francisco from 10am – 4:30pm. I’ll be in booth 23 on Wilder Street (close to the corner on Diamond Street). This is a great festival for families – there’s tons of entertainment for kids. The neighborhood is chalk full of great little shops and restaurants as well. If you haven’t spent much time in this part of the city, it’s definitely worth a visit!
I’ll be debuting four new birds at this show:
About the Festival:
“But the modern-day Festival came to life in 1997, created by a group of neighbors who had been talking about the neighborhood’s many artists and craftspeople. “Wouldn’t it be great for them to come together to exhibit their work in Glen Park?” the conversation went. “How about a street fair?” Thus, the Glen Park Festival began.
“Since then, the Festival has evolved from a folksy, spontaneous neighborhood get-together to a well-planned annual event that combines fun and community support. The Festival brings residents, neighbors and friends together for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, and good food. The day promotesneighborhood restaurants, artists and craftspeople from Glen Park and well beyond.
“But it does something more: The Glen Park Festival raises money for children’s programs based in Glen Park. In 2013, the festival raised over $6,200 to help procure materials and fund projects at Sunnyside Elementary,St. Paul’s School, Glenridge Cooperative Nursery School, Fairmount Elementary, Wind in the Willows Preschool, St. Finn Barr Elementary School,Rooftop K-8 Alternative Public School, and Thomas Edison Charter Academy.”
How to get there:
The festival is held right in San Francisco’s Glen Park village, along Diamond Street between Bosworth and Chenery, as well as extending down Wilder street. Chances are, if you live in the neighborhood you pass through here most every day. If you’re visiting for the day, you might want a picture:
The Glen Park BART station is right across the street and will be running Sunday hours during the festival. The MUNI routes 44 O’Shaugnessy, 36 Teresita and 52 Excelsior also pass right by; the J Church metro line is a block away. Street parking in the area tends to be hard to find on festival day, so we recommend taking public transit if possible.