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Mark your calenders: Annual Rummage Sale & SF History Expo

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  • r_morine
    Annual Rummage Sale CHURCH OF THE VISITACION MOTHER S CLUB RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST 9AM TO 5PM & SATURDAY, MARCH 2ND 9AM TO 3PM FURNITURE; HOUSEHOLD
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      Annual Rummage Sale
      CHURCH OF THE VISITACION MOTHER'S CLUB RUMMAGE SALE
      FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST 9AM TO 5PM & SATURDAY, MARCH 2ND 9AM TO 3PM

      FURNITURE; HOUSEHOLD ITEMS; CLOTHING-ADULT & CHILDREN; SHOES; TOYS COLLECTIBLES & MUCH MORE!

      655 SUNNYDALE AVENUE (X STREET RUTLAND) SAN FRANCISCO, CA

      Join the Visitacion Valley History Project at the 2013 San Francisco History Expo http://sfhistoryexpo.org/

      Saturday March 2, 11am to 5pm
      Sunday March 3, 11am to 4pm

      The Old Mint
      88 Fifth Street at Mission

      Free! (Donations Gratefully Accepted)

      If San Franciscans seem a bit smug about their city, consider this: In less than seven generations, San Francisco has gone from a dusty little port city to a commercial and cultural giant, a city with natural beauty, economic viability and cultural diversity, as evidenced in its many ethnic neighborhoods. Here, native-born melded with those arriving from other countries to create this colorful patchwork we call San Francisco.

      The San Francisco History Expo brings local and neighborhood history groups together under one roof. This is an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about—and participate in—San Francisco history though presentations, photographs, artifacts, children’s activities, and historical reenactments.

      Participating Organizations:

      Actions Past
      Bernal History Project
      California Audiovisual Preservation Project
      California Historical Society
      Chinese Historical Society of America
      Friends of the Cable Car Museum
      GLBT Historical Society
      Greek Historical Society of the San Francisco Bay Area
      Golden Gate National Recreation Area
      Golden Gate Park Preservation Alliance
      Guardians of the City
      Henry W. Coil Library & Museum of Freemasonry
      Market Street Railway
      National Japanese American Historical Society
      Potrero Hill Archives Project
      Presidio Historical Association
      San Francisco Architectural Heritage
      San Francisco Bay Area Genealogical Society
      San Francisco City Guides
      San Francisco History Association
      San Francisco History Center/San Francisco Public Library
      San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Association
      San Francisco Media Archive
      San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge Seismic Safety Projects
      SFgenealogy
      Shaping San Francisco/FoundSF.org
      Telegraph Hill Dwellers
      The Victorian Alliance
      Treasure Island Museum Association
      Visitacion Valley History Project
      Western Neighborhoods Project

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