SF Flagging In The Park – 2014

By September 21, 2013News

May 11th (Sunday) Phil B

June 8th (Sunday) Jamie J Sanchez

July 26th (Saturday) Warren Gluck

September 6th (Saturday) Luke Johnstone

October 4th (Saturday) Brian Norwood

Where: the National AIDS Memorial Grove, Golden Gate Park

SF Destination Weekend: July 25-27  Dore Alley Fair Weekend

Friday, July 25th: Tie-dye open studio

Saturday, July 26th: Flagging in the Park with renowned DJ Warren Gluck 12:30-4:30

Sunday, July 27th: Up Your Alley Street Fair (leather/fetish) 11am-6pm

PLAY T-Dance  the west coast’s premier flow arts stage 5pm-midnight

National AIDS Memorial Grove – Golden Gate Park

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, and their supporters.  Flags 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.

Where to go: National AIDS Memorial Grove – Taking public transportation is encouraged, finding a place for your car can be challenging.  Never been there: pair up with someone who has been there; if you drive – go early for better parking, map here.  Walking directions from 2nd and Irving  (N-Judah).  Walking directions from 9th and Judah (Bus #6, #43, and N-Judah).  Walking directions from Stanyan and Hayes (Bus #21, #5).  Walking directions from Haight and Stanyan (Bus #33, #7, #71)

About FITP:  In 1997 a group of San Francisco flaggers started a tradition of celebrating life by gathering in the newly dedicated National AIDS Memorial Grove.  Here we are seventeen years later; the DJs, organizers, and participants are donating their time, energy and love to help raise money for mostly local (sometimes national) charities.

What to expect: The National AIDS Memorial Grove is in a gorgeously secluded meadow in Golden Gate Park.  There are little or no services near by.  Often the fog is licking at the sky above especially in the summer, bring sunscreen and a wrap.  Bring something to sit on; pack a lunch or bring snacks and beverages; flags are available for use; usually a few furry friends roaming.  Our DJ spins vocal fun-filled dance music and flow artists eagerly enjoy and share their art with newcomers.  No pressure to participate, come relax and take in the color and beauty of our tribe.

 

Xavier Caylor

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