“Time Warp: A Love Story” Produced by the 501(c)3 educational nonprofit World Peace Through Technology Organization.
Greetings neighbors! The How Weird Street Faire is a San Francisco tradition celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2019. Please find important information. The How Weird Street Faire is applying for a street closure permit to hold the 20th annual
2019 will be the 10th year they are in the East Cut/Soma neighborhood footprint.
Streets will be closed for traffic (all vehicles) from 5:00 am on
FAIRE FOOTPRINT/STREETS CLOSURES:
- Howard Street (between First and New Montgomery)
- Second Street (between Folsom and Mission)
- Tehama Street (between First and New Montgomery)
- Minna Street (between First and New Montgomery)
- Natoma Street (between First and New Montgomery)
HOW WEIRD STREET FAIRE ENTRANCES
- Howard and 1st Streets
- Howard and New Montgomery Streets
- Folsom and 2nd Streets
- Mission and 2nd Streets
COMMUNITY ACCESS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 5th
This year there is a lane at each How Weird Street Faire entrance called “staff, guest list and local”. If you live or work or are visiting a resident or business within the HWSF footprint, please come to this lane for expedited entry
ABOUT THE HOW WEIRD STREET FAIRE
The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the nonprofit World Peace Through Technology Organization, showing the world that peace is possible. The Faire brings diverse people together to make connections and find common ground. Dancing knows no boundaries or political affiliation, and music, more than any other form of communication, is able to transcend differences between people. Come see how fun peace can be.
More information: www.howweird.org
Community Liaison contact for How Weird Street Faire for local businesses and residents: Gina Grandi — 415-420-5323 / email@example.com