The 6th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration (www.asianfairsf.com) wants to showcase artists and craftspeople at its event, Saturday, May 15, 2010, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m., Larkin St. corridor between the Asian Art Museum and Little Saigon in San Francisco. Last year's event drew over 80,000 people. The cost of a booth is nominal - $200 given the exposure, the opportunity to expand your customer base and, of course make some sales!!! Premium positions are filling fast, so don't delay reserving your's. The booth application is available through the website. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach us at (415) 321-5885.
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-Festival to celebrate all Asian groups in the City-
AHSC_08_photocollageSAN FRANCISCO (February 1, 2010) - The largest gathering of Asian Pacific Americans in the nation is back and bigger than ever. New features include a Mah Jong section, more arts and crafts selection and shopping incentives, and Filipino American Jazz.
The fair also features Asian American artists, DJs, martial arts, today's Asian pop culture, j-cars, a Muay Thai kickboxing ring, scrumptious food, children's area, cultural procession, anime, free hepatitis B screenings and more!
The 6th annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration will be held Saturday, May 15, 2010 in San Francisco, in front of the Asian Art Museum, leading up to the Little Saigon District. The event is free and open to the public.
What: Sixth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration
When: Saturday, May 15, 2010
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Where: Civic Center/Little Saigon District
Larkin and McAllister Streets
San Francisco, CA
OPEN CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:
BE A VENDOR
The Asian Heritage Street Celebration (AHSC) is currently looking for arts & crafts, food, community, and corporate booths. We will be offering free parking to our vendors as well as an early bird special of $50 off for arts & crafts vendors who register by March 1st. To be a vendor at this family friendly event for people of all ages, download a booth application at www.asianfairsf.com.
PERFORM AT THE FAIR
Musicians, vocalists, dance groups and other entertainers are encouraged to apply. To enter, email a brief biography/resume, video and/or audio links, website/facebook or other applicable online supplementary material to:
Christine Padilla at AHSC.Artists@gmail.com
Email subject line: Artists Submission/AHSC 2010 - Artist Name
Deadline: March 15, 2010
DONATE PRIZES FOR THE SFUSD RAFFLE PROGRAM
The San Francisco Unified School District "Make Some Money For Your School " Raffle Program, managed by the AsianWeek Foundation, is no cost fundraiser for schools. Students sell raffle tickets for a chance to win donated prizes, and ALL proceeds go straight to participating schools. Last year, over 20 different schools participated, representing over 17,000 students and the program raised over $12,000. Consider donating an item, gift certificate, product or service, and give your company exposure to an estimated 100,000 festival attendees. For more information contact:
Angela Pang firstname.lastname@example.org
DRESS IN COSTUME
Dress in ethnic attire for the "Faces of Asia" cultural procession during the fair. All ages and Asian ethnicities wanted. Email your name, contact, and ethnic costume to:
Hang Le To email@example.com
Volunteering - email firstname.lastname@example.org
a. Festival preparation, help organize activities
b. Day-of-event - setting up, monitoring barricades, booths, etc.
SPONSOR THE EVENT
Support the largest pan Asian celebration nationwide. For details contact:
Angela Pang email@example.com
About the AsianWeek Foundation
The Asian Heritage Street Celebration is organized by the AsianWeek Foundation in cooperation with over 150 organizations in the local and Asian American community. The AsianWeek Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 committed to developing Asian American community. All proceeds from the Celebration are donated to local and national charities. www.asianfairsf.com