Treasure Island Flea- now Treasure Fest
to Sep 30

Treasure Island Flea- now Treasure Fest

  • 500 Avenue N Treasure Island (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

I’ll be vending at this 2 day event :)

 is a locally curated festival that features the best of the bay.

Attendees can shop 400+ craft & vintage vendors, eat from 35+ top food trucks and eateries, enjoy local libations, listen to live music and participate in other games entertainment.

The monthly event is the last full weekend of each month. General entry is just $5 and kids under 12 are free. Parking is also free and pets are welcome. 

More information including dates and themes can be found at

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18th Annual Downtown Alameda Spring Festival
to May 13

18th Annual Downtown Alameda Spring Festival

I'll be vending at this really fun event this mother's day weekend. See you there!



The Downtown Alameda Spring Festival is a Mother's Day tradition in the San Francisco Bay Area. The popular street fair takes place on Park Street each year during the second weekend in May.

18th Annual Downtown Alameda Spring Festival
Mother's Day Weekend - May 12 & 13, 2018

Bring mom and the whole family to Alameda’s celebration of spring during Mother’s Day weekend. Take a stroll through Downtown Alameda's Historic Park Street District and check out the fantastic variety of food and beverages, arts and crafts booths, live music, as well as a play area for kids.

With over 150 artisans and more than 50 unique shops, this is a perfect place to find a gift for Mom. Or bring Mom to the festivities and treat her to a mimosa and lunch.

The Downtown Alameda Spring Festival has something for everyone and is FREE to attend! The fun happens in Alameda's historic downtown Park Street district from 10:00am to 6:00pm each day.

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Glen Park Art Festival
10:00 AM10:00

Glen Park Art Festival

  • Diamond Street San Francisco, CA United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hi all!

I'll be vending at this event, my first after a long hiatus. Come by and say hello!


About the Festival

Glen Park has felt like a neighborhood for a very long time. In fact, the first Glen Park all-neighborhood gathering took place 90 years ago, in 1911!

But the modern-day Festival came to life in 1997, created by a group of neighbors who had been talking about the neighborhood's many artists and craftspeople. "Wouldn't it be great for them to come together to exhibit their work in Glen Park?" the conversation went. "How about a street fair?" Thus, the Glen Park Festival began.

Since then, the Festival has evolved from a folksy, spontaneous neighborhood get-together to a well-planned annual event that combines fun and community support. The Festival brings residents, neighbors and friends together for a day of entertainment, music, dancing, and good food. The day promotes neighborhood restaurants, artists and craftspeople from Glen Park and well beyond.

But it does something more: The Glen Park Festival raises money for children's programs based in Glen Park. In 2014, the festival donated over $25,000 to fund equipment, field trips, educational programs and other enhancements in and around the neighborhood. For more on where the festival's proceeds go, see our grant recipients page.

Applications for grants from the 2018 festival are now being accepted -- you can obtain an application here. Applications for grants must be received by May 19th, 2018.

Donations are accepted anytime, and a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all contributions to the festival are tax-deductible.

The artists and craftspeople are so popular that many come back year after year, and the entertainment and food are as eclectic as the neighborhood!

It doesn't matter whether you're from Glen Park or Glendora — you'll feel like part of the neighborhood. The Glen Park Festival is a great time and a great cause! We hope you'll join us on Sunday, April 29th.

Finding the Festival

The festival is held right in San Francisco's Glen Park village, along Diamond Street between Bosworth and Chenery, as well as extending down Wilder street. Chances are, if you live in the neighborhood you pass through here most every day.

The Glen Park BART station is right across the street and will be running Sunday hours during the festival. The MUNI routes 44 O'Shaugnessy36 Teresita and 52 Excelsior also pass right by; the J Church metro line is a block away. Street parking in the area tends to be hard to find on festival day, so we recommend taking public transit if possible.

The festival is a non-smoking event; smoking is not permitted within the festival boundaries.

The Glen Park Festival Committee

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Treasure Island Flea
to Nov 26

Treasure Island Flea

I'm very excitd to be vending at this two ay event! See you there :)


- The last full weekend of every month
- Monthly market hosts 400+ local artists, makers, designers, antique collectors, under ground food start-ups, & more.
- 3 Full bars featuring a variety of local wine, craft beers, and seasonal cocktails.
- DIY community workshops & carnival games.
- 25+ Food Trucks & Food Tents
- Scavenger hunts.
- $3 Entry, kids 12 & Under Free
- Kid zone with games for all ages
- 2+ local bands each day
- Pet friendly
- Free parking

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Jack Of All Trades Marketplace
11:00 AM11:00

Jack Of All Trades Marketplace


I'm Vending at this event on Sat nov 11th In Jack London Square In Oakland


The every 2nd Saturday market features:

- 95+ local vendors (makers, artists, antiques, start-ups and more!)
- DIY Workshops: over half a dozen workshops from "make your own terrarium" to "make your own leather belts"
- Local Eats: Not only is Jack London SQ home to some of the best restaurants on the water but the market also features local food startups and food trucks!
- Live Entertainment: free local bands and musical performances, magicians, and street dancers.
- Need to cool down? Enjoy the beers on the deck at historic Last Chance Saloon. 

Free Entry & Pet Friendly!

An Ansanelli Productions Event.

See also Treasure Island Flea.

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