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Food Carts and Drinks at Fabric8’s 4 Year Anniversary

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It’s a lazy Saturday morning and I’m pretty deep into a Law and Order marathon right now.  This means that Imma do a little cuttin’ and pastin’.  Here is all the info for you from Fabric8:

It’s been 4 years in the Mission and 14 years in business(!), so let’s celebrate!

Join us for a day-long event featuring art, food, music, and fun plus the opening of our Anniversary Show with works by our long-time collaborators and good friends::

Ursula X Young
Reuben Rude
Erik Otto
Norm Maxwell
Romanowski
Daniel Fleres

There will be 3 shifts of food carts in our backyard, so you can fortify your tummy while we party arty:

4ish: Toasty Melts, Lumpia Cart, Creme Brulee Cart

6ish: Soul Cocina, Adobo Hobo, Gobba Gobba Hey

8ish: Evil Jerk Cart, Magic Curry Kart, Gumbo Cart

The Artists Reception is from 7-10PM, featuring cocktails by Sweet Leaf Tea.

We expect lots of special guest appearances, including you, so don’t miss it.

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