SFMADE Holiday Gift Fair
Fleet Room, Bldg D — Dec 11th
SFMADE, in partnership with Fort Mason Center, is presenting a holiday gift fair of the best items made in San Francisco. With 50 SFMade members selling their locally made gift items you can knock all of your shopping out of the bag in one morning.
Got a sweet tooth in the family? Nothing says happy holidays like a selection of sweets from Kika’s Treats, Nosh This, or Poco Dolce.
A fashionista? Get them a wardrobe update from Lemon Twist or Pladra, or jewelry from Favor and Sharon Zimmerman. And several bag vendors in the house like Timbuk2 and Rickshaw.
A friend that needs to relax? Grab some all natural body products from Heliotrope and Earthbody. Kids? You covered with superhero capes from Glammic.
A dog lover? Deck them out with collars from Gwen Gear.
Vendors: Poco Dolce Confections, DODO Case, Taylor Stitch, Heliotrope San Francisco, Weston Wear, Dependeble Letterpress, Sally Spicer, Kika’s Treats, Booty Boutique, Studio Patro, Words and Watercolors, Pladra, In Haus Press, Timbuk2 Designs, Paste, Gwen Gear SF, UPsicle, Relode, Glammic, Tamo Design, TCHO, Earthbody, Toute la Nuit Looungewear, Skin on Skins, The Chai Chart, Nosh This, Gooseberry Press, Novodeco LLC, Pegg Li Creations, Project Greenbag, Latticestix, Nector Essences, Lemon Twist, Woodthumb, Elfsocks, Rickshaw Bags, Wolf and Bears Workshop, Tourance, FAZE Apparel, The Winery SF, Urban FarmGirls, FAVOR & Hotcakes Design, Hillside Bags, Dimension 3, Hey Boo, Wabella, Cocoa, Sharon Zimmerman Jewelry Design, and Tanya Madoff Designs.
Fort Mason Center, a nonprofit partner of the Golden Gate National Park, supports and reflects the evolving cultural fabric of San Francisco by providing thought-provoking programs and events.
SFMade supports a vibrant manufacturing sector in San Francisco that sustains companies producing locally-made products, encourages entrepreneurship, and creates employment opportunities for a diverse local workforce.
Sunday, December 11, 2011 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
More Information: (415) 408-5605 & www.sfmade.org