Friday, June 29
Bring together tie dye artists; replenish your flag bags; have fun. Open to any and all levels of tie-dye artists or people that want to just hang out.
Limited Space -RSVP is required
New Tie-Dye Artists — Noon to 3:30 PM
Formal demonstration from noon to 2 PM
Instructor monitoring 2 to 3:30 PM.
Open Studio — 3:30 to 5:30 PM
Irons, string, scissors, dye, paper towels, gloves and microwaves available.
Last silk handed out at 5:00 PM.
Wrap up for everyone is 5:30PM.
Saturday, July 29th
Flagging in the Park
National AIDS Memorial Grove
Golden Gate Park
12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Come enjoy the sun, music, flora, and friends in the beautiful National AIDS Memorial Grove. This event is open to all flow artists – fanning, flagging, poi, staff, hoopers and their supporters.
Flags are available for use or just relax, take in the fun dance music and colorful visuals. Bring a beverage, a lunch, something to sit on, and enjoy.
Music by John Ceglia
John’s smooth transitions became a trademark and opened the door to a career in some of New York’s hottest clubs and events, including Studio 54, The Saint, the Fire Island Pines Pavilion, and Sleaze Ball. John has also been a featured artist on Sirius/XM Radio Studio 54.
National AIDS Memorial Grove is a dedicated space in the national landscape where millions of Americans touched directly or indirectly by AIDS can gather to heal, hope, and remember.
For all the promising prospects on the horizon, AIDS continues to invade our lives, violate our past, and rob us of our comfortable assumptions about the future. The sacred ground of this living memorial honors all who have confronted this tragic pandemic both those who have died and those who have shared their struggle, kept the vigils, and supported each other during the final hours.
Sunday, July 30th
Up Your Alley Street Fair