Every Haight-Ashbury Street Fair (HASF) has its own poster image since the event began in 1978. Each poster reflects the many facets that make this event memorable and one of the most anticipated events in San Francisco. Many of our posters have become Collector Items (good luck finding an original print of Poster #1).
And the winner of the 39th Haight Ashbury Street Fair poster contest is... CONGRATULATIONS Lily Prillinger!!
The official 2014 HASF Poster is now on sale via PayPal. The poster was designed by Shane Grogg who is a five-time winner of the annual HASF Poster Contest. Shane will be on hand on the day of the street fair to autograph his poster at the HASF Store Booth (near the corner of Haight&Ashbury). click here to order your poster and other HASF merchandise.
A special "The Tubes at Haight Street Fair" poster is on sale now in the HASF Store.
The 12" x 16" poster was designed by Prarie Prince, drummer of The Tubes, exclusively for HASF and only 300 were printed. Proceeds from the poster sales will help pay for this year's event. Click here to order your limited printing of "The Tubes at Haight Street Fair" poster.
HEATHER JACKS BOOK TOUR: From touring with Marilyn Manson to selling hash to tourists in a Dutch coffee haus, writing an advice column for Match.com to appearing on Doctor Phil, mothering to fornicating, Heather Jacks has lived a life other women dream about.
Milf Notes is her hilarious collection of twenty short essays detailing the story of one woman who discovered how to live a strong, sassy, sexy life without sacrificing her intelligence or integrity.
"Long after my ass sinks to my knees, my boobs to my stomach and my padded handcuffs have rusted shut; I will still be a mother," Jacks writes in this satirical, outrageous autobiography. Milf Notes shows how this independent woman rose from a life of poverty on an Indian reservation to become a world-traveling expert on single-parenting and relationships.
Visit Heather Jacks at www.www.heatherjacks.com
The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the cultural and historical significance of this district by sponsoring the annual community celebration and in supporting community programs that incorporate the neighborhood’s spirit of diversity, cooperation and humanism.
Since 1978, we have produced the annual, one-day street fair that allows the community to celebrate the cultural contributions this district has made to San Francisco. This festival provides the neighborhood with the opportunity to showcase the variety of mercantile, cultural and community services available in this district. By creating a festival atmosphere, the street fair creates a stage for many artisans, musicians, artists and performers to present their work to the public. And, as a community service, HASF enables many non-profit organizations a chance to conduct outreach campaigns.
Our activities are not limited to a one-day festival. We also sponsor other community events such as the annual Halloween Hootenanny that provides a safe environment for the children of the neighborhood to celebrate the spirit of Halloween. We hope to promote and create many more programs and events that help serve the cultural needs of the Haight-Ashbury and anyone else that want to join in on the fun.