Beyond the Blaze

Tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 20th, 2012

http://flfna.blogspot.com/2012/01/beyond-blaze.html

Beyond the Blaze is a benefit for the 60 residents on Pierce Street who lost their homes in the Western Addition’s five-alarm fire in December. Sponsored by the Alamo Square Neighborhood Association, St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church, North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association and Scoutmob, this event will take place on Friday, January 20th, 2012 at St. Cyprian’s (Turk St and Lyon).

 

This is a collaborative effort between musicians, community members, neighborhood associations, local merchants and other community sponsors; it will run from 6:30PM-10PM and is poised to be one for the books. Highly acclaimed sister resturauants NOPA and Nopalito, and soon-to-be Western Addition neighbor Bi-rite, will donate food for the cause. Speakeasy Brewery & Rolling Rock have generously donated beer for the occasion and Green Barrel as well as Matching 1/2 will be present serving wine and coffee respectively. Raffle tickets featuring prizes from local merchants will be available for purchase at the event.

 

With a line-up of diverse local musicians including Gaucho Gypsy Jazz Band, Even Taylor, Conspiracy of Beards and The Sundance Kids (more to be announced), there’s something for everyone.

 

Attendees can also expect free bike parking (please bring a lock).

Creating Opportunities on Fillmore Street with Street Carts and Food Trucks!

Thursday, January 26th, 2012,

West Bay Conference Center, 1290 Fillmore Street

6:00PM – 8:00PM

General Community Meeting – Fillmore Neighborhood Association

http://flfna.blogspot.com/2012/01/community-meeting-01-26-12-street-carts.html

Information – Are you an artist, musician or street vendor and want to sell products or food on Fillmore Street and during festivals/community-events this spring and summer of 2012?  Are you a local youth, young person or group and a dancer or performing artist that want to be self-employed by performing on Fillmore St.?

 

Discussion and Priority – How does street-vending benefit local businesses, the community and San Francisco?

 

Getting Started – Existing grants, loans and other resources for beginning and established vendors and local small businesses.

 

Open Spaces on Fillmore Street and Community Events – Gene Suttle Plaza, Ellis Street, Sidewalk-in-front-of-Kaiser-Offices, Fillmore Mini Park, Blue Bridge, Golden-Gate-and-Webster-Park and Buchanan Mall.  (Go to website for complete list)


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