We'll be back at the San Francisco Civic Commons' Center this Sunday! Shop Local and meet the makers and the SF Etsy team at the Civic Center Block Party!
September features Etsy sellers showcasing jewelry, art, skin care and gifts for all ages.
Our Etsy sponsored DIY station will let you become the maker when you learn the art of paper crafting. The Weekend Store will be on hand to teach you how to design and build your own paper beads for a truly personalized necklace. Find out more information on our Facebook event page
See our participating vendors below:
Free Artist Workshop
Create a one of a kind locket, ring, or pair of earrings using paper ephemera, epoxy resin cabochons, scissors and a bit of elbow grease. Adjowah Keilman of The Weekend Store will teach you how to make something cool in no time at all - easy peasy!
Join us on the 1st Sunday of every month July through November, from 11am to 3pm, for a block party on Fulton Street at Larkin.
This FREE family-friendly event features recreational activities for all ages, a selection of bar drinks and street food curated by Off the Grid, music and promotional appearances by Bonneville San Francisco KMVQ 99.7 FM, an open-air bazaar with one-of-a-kind goods created by local artisans from SF Etsy: San Francisco Bay Area Etsy Team, and DIY arts and crafts activities.
The September 2nd event highlights include street soccer, where everyone can play and compete for prizes; a book sale by the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library; an opportunity to move with Alonzo King LINES Dance Center at 2pm; a LEGO build center with San Francisco Department of Children, Youth & Their Families and a chance to play your friends in family in a game of giant scrabble from 826 Valencia!
We hope you’ll join us and spend your Sunday enjoying the event and other attractions in the Commons: grab fresh produce at the nearby Heart of the City Farmers' Market, play on the new Helen Diller Civic Center playgrounds, or check out the Asian Art Museum's FREE 1st Sundays.
And don't forget to see the Common's newest attraction: a major public art installation in Civic Center Plaza by Zak Ové Artist brought to you by the San Francisco Arts Commission.
It’s SF Etsy's 5th year bringing Etsy to life in San Francisco!
Join the local SF Etsy street team in this very special shopping experience sponsored by Etsy.
Come out and shop - Support over 200 local artisans.
Indie Holiday Emporium
Pier 35 on the Embarcadero in San Francisco!
November 25th - 12pm -6pm
November 26th - 11am - 5pm
We are happy to announce that these Bay Area Food Trucks will be serving up the yumminess
outside the front of the Indie Holiday Emporium. We will have FIVE Food trucks from Off the Grid each day of the show! Come Hungry!!
2017 OFF THE GRID Food Trucks - 5 Food Trucks Each Day!
Judie's Tacos Locos
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
The Waffle Roost
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
El Sur SF
Saturday ONLY November 25th Coffee - inside the Pier
Etsy will be paying for your cup of coffee - come get your drip, pour over, or espresso drinks from 12:30pm - 2:30pm!
Coffee Experience sponsored by Etsy
Welcome to the first Friday Feature on the new site. This week we are featuring Rachel's Bake Lab. Owner Rachel Lipkin makes some amazing cookies. She will be pitching at the Shine & Brunch - Start Conference Edition run by The Passion Company on the 25th of October. You can also meet her at the SF Etsy Inde Holiday Emporium being held on November 28th - 29th.
1. What is your Shop Name and URL ?
Rachel's Bake Lab
2. To which Etsy Teams do you belong?
3. Please tell us about the items in your Etsy shop. What do you make? How did you learn your craft? What is involved in your creative process?
I bake home-made and from scratch cookies. I'm hoping to branch out soon to offer Vegan and GF options.
I first started baking as a child with my father making chocolate chip cookies in our home in New Jersey. Eventually I got creative enough and became a more confident solo baker which led me to my job as an Assistant Baker for a Vegan and GF company in Hoboken, NJ called Om Sweet Home.
A lot of the creative process is part what is in season and part what the consumer wants. I do my very best to experiment with flavors, but also listen to my customers and hear them out on what they want to see in my shop.
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