The 46th Annual Harvest Festival
A BENEFIT FOR THE FRIENDS COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION OF CALIFORNIA
A day of fun family activities: Live music, food, used books, treasures,
and a large rummage sale for adults and children!
Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012
9am–4pm at Palo Alto Friends Meeting
FOOD, FUN & FREE ENTERTAINMENT:
- Live Jazz, Folk, Blues, and World Music plus Storytelling all day, free, on the main stage
- Fabulous selection of homemade cookies, cakes, pies, and brownies
- Coffee; Fresh-squeezed lemonade; Popcorn
- Lunch for sale, and more
STUFF TO TAKE HOME:
- Handicrafts from El Salvador and elsewhere from the International section
- Jewelry, fine crystal, art, and unpredictable discoveries from the Attic Treasures section
- Men’s ties and tie pins
- Plant sale with herbs, succulents, scented geraniums, other potted plants
- Homemade jams, chutneys, and pies
- Housewares, tools, toys & more from our Rummage Extravaganza
- Books from a huge, well-organized used-book sale
WHEN: Saturday, September 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Palo Alto Friends Meetinghouse, 957 Colorado Ave. (between Louis and Greer), Palo Alto, CA 94303.
Directions: Take 101 to Oregon Expressway, go Left on Greer, and Right on Colorado Ave.
COST: Admission is free. Entertainment is free. Parking is free.
WHO: Open to the public without charge. Volunteers from the local community have organized and staffed the Harvest Festival for 46 years!
WHY: Proceeds from this event support the work of the Friends Committee on Legislation of California (FCLCA).FCLCA is a nonpartisan, statewide public interest lobby founded by Quakers in 1952 to advocate for California state laws that are just, compassionate and respectful of the inherent worth of every person. FCLCA lobbies at the Capitol and supports grassroots activism through its online Action Center. Find out more at www.fclca.org.