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PARTY HARD(ing) at the Westerfeld! 50 tix still available at the door!
Sunday, July 1, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
50 tickets still available at the door!
PARTY HARD(ing) at the Westerfeld Mansion
1198 Fulton/NW corner of Alamo Square
Sunday, July 1st from 7PM-10PM
Buy an advance ticket ($20 plus the eventbrite service charge) and get VIP entrance at the gate with three $3 tokens to spend on food, drinks, activities, and local design.
$11 from every entrance fee goes straight into the Hive Campaign savings account/CD (aka the honey jar) with all interest going to support Booker T Washington Community Service Center's new housing project for low-income renters and transitional age foster youth) A percenetage of our token proceeds will go to supporting our vendors/performers/designers/professionals and covering NDDivis costs, and the rest will go into the Hive honey jar.
When people ask you what you did this weekend, you can say "Oh, no big deal . . . just partied in a mansion in support of inclusive, enriching, and sustainable development on Divisadero."
PARTY HARD(ing) with NDDivis and the Harding Hive Campaign kick-off for a night of learning, doing, community building, and enjoying at the Westerfeld Mansion. Our line-up for the evening is a sneak peak of the type of programming that we’d like to offer at the Harding Hive
➽ Emerging food entrepreneurs (MamakSF & Localist)
➽ Community-minded musicians (Locaphonic)
➽ Up and coming comediennes (Kollin Holtz of Wireless Indiscretion)
➽ Local design (San Franspycho, A Second Story, & Urban Matters Design)
➽ DJ set paying homage to different eras of the Harding’s past
➽ Edutainment (ten-ish minute talks about stuff that matters)
➽ Barbers and stylists from Divisadero barbershops/salons
Much gratitude to Jim Siegel (owner/resident of the Westerfeld) and Kelly Edwards (Westerfeld resident and event promoter) whose generosity has made this event possible.
When & Where
Neighbors Developing Divisadero
LEARN HISTORY/MAKE HISTORY: In 2005 and then again in 2008, thousands of Divisadero neighbors invested their time, energy, creativity, and resources to save the historic Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero from being demolished and turned into condos. While it's important to say no to development that threatens what we love about our community/culture/environment, it's so much more fruitful and satisfying to say yes to development that benefits the vibrant and creative San Francisco we love. Say yes to inclusive, enriching, and sustainable on the Divisadero Corridor by supporting Neighbors Developing Divisadero.
The future of the Harding Theater and the Harding Hive Campaign currently hangs in the balance . . . we need to gauge communty support for our proposals to the property owners since they took the Harding off of the market a week before we launched our capital campaign. Please take the survey now!!! nddivis.org/hive/survey. Thanks!