Join us this Sunday for a handmade marketplace at the Presidio. In recognition of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, we’ll be setting up shop for an afternoon of art, culture, and community in celebration of Mother’s Day with 20+ local vendors including Olivia Shih, Suzuki-ya, Koide Studio, and Jade Chocolates. Items for sale include pottery, Japanese hand tools, jewelry, clothing, stationary, botanical skin care kits, and more!
In addition to our spring collection, we will also be selling:
- One-of-a-kind, zero-waste top designs using fabric scraps to form unique, geometric textile mosaics,
- Discounted samples and preloved items from past seasons,
- Vintage sewing patterns, and
- Excess fabric yardage and remnants from our design studio.
This event is hosted by multimedia exhibition Then They Came For Me, which features work by both noted American documentary photographers Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams and incarcerated Japanese-American artists Toyo Miyatake and Miné Okubo. The exhibition examines the period in U.S. history when the government imprisoned thousands of people of Japanese ancestry.
Make a day of your visit! Step outside to explore the weekly Presidio Picnic in partnership with Off the Grid. Enjoy an abundance of tasty food truck offerings on the Presidio’s beautiful Main Parade Ground, an expansive seven-acre lawn with amazing views of the park, the city, and the San Francisco Bay.
The PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle provides FREE roundtrip service to the Presidio. The shuttle picks up at the Transbay Terminal, Embarcadero BART and Muni Metro station, and Union Street/Van Ness Avenue.
Mother’s Day Marketplace
May 5, 2019
Sunday, 12 PM-3 PM
100 Montgomery Street in the Presidio*
San Francisco, CA 94129
*Please note that there is also a 100 Montgomery Street in downtown San Francisco, so plan your route accordingly. Click here to view map.