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City Hall Pop-Up Shop – Tuesday, May 3, 2022 (11 AM — 3 PM)
jewelry: Hi end silver and stone jewelry
jewelry: traditional Mexica handmade silver jewelry
jewelry: high end unique look
Belle Noir Accessories
Billie Marie Goods
Christina Choi Cosmetics
Coffee and Cream Press
Dandy Lion Press
clothing: watercolors; acrylic paintings; prints from originals; hand drawn & painted t shirts
Keepsakes: decoupage wooden boxes for jewelry, cookies, candies.
Fused Glass by Dana
Hairy Ear Prints
Jennifer Clifford Art + Design
jewelry: crystal jewelry & prisms, buffalo nickel earrings and natural stone jewelry
keepsakes: items made of cork and handpainted, always early
keepsakes: beautiful glass ornaments, may need Spanish language assistance
Krsylee Skin Care Line
glass: fused glass items, jewelry, etc.
Line Five Studios
Linshao Chin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
clothing: sewn hats, jackets, scarves
jewelry: affordable classic pieces
Merry Ann Milburn
Pass The Sauce
clothing: African clothing and hats
glass: Fused glass items & pendants
Ryan De Bonville
visual: art prints and original paintings
Sean (John) Kilcoyne
visual: Really cool, unique gifts.
keepsakes: Cute, fun items, painting, screenprints
woven wire & bead craft necklaces, bracelets, earrings; knit & crochet scarves & hats
crochet, feather ornaments
clothing: Women’s Apparel
SOCIAL MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS
Shared Spaces is a multi-agency program of San Francisco’s Economic Recovery Task Force that allows businesses and community groups to use sidewalks, streets, and nearby public spaces like parks, parking lots and plazas, for restaurant pick-up and other neighborhood retail activities.
So far, over 1,900 free Shared Spaces permits have been issued throughout San Francisco to help businesses move outdoors. You can view an interactive map to see all the proposed and approved locations. To learn more or apply for a free permit, go to sf.gov/sharedspaces.
The creativity and determination of San Francisco’s small businesses are on full display with Shared Spaces, as sidewalks and streets have been transformed into vibrant outdoor dining and shopping spaces. By shopping and dining in your neighborhood (including ordering takeout and delivery), you can give thanks to our resilient business owners and workers who are doing all they can to serve our communities safely during this challenging time. A simple thank you and a small purchase can go a long way!