On Saturday May 12th, vegans and omnivores alike should find a lot to like at the third annual San Francisco VEGGIE FIESTA. Taking place on the football grounds of Mission High School from 11am-3pm, this family-friendly food event features food trucks, raffle prizes, music, and dancing. There’s even more to like: admission and parking are free.
Food vendors include Alicia’s Tamales, No Worries (vegetarian Filipino food), and El Norteño food trucks. Plus they’ll have information and demonstrations for gardening, food-related games, music, dancing (including salsa dancing lessons), and children’s activities. The raffle to benefit the Nextcourse food and nutrition programs will give away dozens of prizes, many food-related, from Tante Marie, Noe Valley Bakery, 4505 Meats, and Millennium. The grand prize is a three-day trip for two to New Orleans, including a stay at the Sully Mansion B&B and an airfare voucher.
Veggie Fiesta is presented by and benefits Nextcourse, whose collaborative programs inspire people to purchase, cook, and eat healthier, locally produced foods. Nextcourse’s projects include a program for sustainable food preparation, eating, and living at Mission High School.
Saturday May 12, 2012 11am–3pm Free admission Info Mission High School 3750 18th St. (enter on Church St. between 17th & 18th Sts.), San Francisco