An Ode to Hipness: Cats, tats, ramen and mustaches!
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. – The San Francisco SPCA invites you to the inaugural POPULAR cocktail party on Friday, October 16th. Many of your favorite things from the relentlessly hip Mission District will be rolled into this suave event! Enjoy ramen and sushi food trucks (Namu Street Food and Manna Sushi), a pop-up tattoo parlor offering real tattoos, cocktail bars, and photo booths (complete with mustache props). All animals will be FREE to adopt at both SF SPCA campuses, all weekend, October 16th – 18th!
The POPULAR celebration takes place 6pm – 9pm at the SF SPCA’s Mission Campus (201 Alabama Street).
“These events are a great opportunity for the San Francisco community to rally together on behalf of homeless animals,” said Jason Walthall, SF SPCA co-president. “Our legendary cocktail parties are not only a fun night out – over the years they’ve helped hundreds of animals find loving new homes.”
The fun doesn’t end there! DJ Hey Hey Hey will provide the evening’s soundtrack, and artist Colin Hurley will be on-site doing live cat paintings. In fact he’ll even draw you, as a cat!
In celebration of National Pit Bull Awareness Month, the SF SPCA’s adoptable pit bulls will be featured in a special Pitties in Pink parade Friday evening.
If you can’t make it to the SF SPCA’s Mission Campus, stop by the Pacific Heights location (2343 Fillmore Street). Volunteers will be selling their animal-themed artwork and the same adoption discounts will apply.
Admission is free, but RSVP is required: sfspca.org/popular
Preview adoptable animals at sfspca.org/adopt
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