Queen Dilly Dally Graciously Hosts a Fundraiser Feb. 8th in the Castro

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Help raise funds to make this festival possible!

This Thursday, Feb 8th the Queen Dilly Dally, in collaborations with the  Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will be raising money to help produce the Dìa de los Muertos Festival of Altars in Garfield Park.
100% of the funds raised go directly to paying the bills* to make this celebration happen.
Location: Moby Dick- 4049 18th St, SF CA- the Castro
Date: Thursday Feb. 8th
Time: 9-11 pm
Your financial contribution could come to in a variety of ways…
1. The host, Queen Dilly Dally, gives us all the monies she’d give to performers on her regular night. They give all that to the festival fund.
2. Guests tip the performers and those tips are given to the fund.
3. Raffle ticket sales go to the fund!
So please come!!!
Watch some of San Francisco’s most iconic drag queens shake their holy rollers for the good of the community!!!
Hope you can make it!! As it’s sure to be a good time!
If you can’t make it to the event but feel moved to help make this holiday happen in the park, you can donate here!
*Park permit, park rangers, portapotties and waste management, any money raised above these basic needs goes towards buying flowers for the community and commissioning artists to create large scale community altars

 

 

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Author: Día de los Muertos: Day of the Dead SF

In San Francisco, Day of the Dead has been celebrated since the early 70s with altar installations, music, performances and a walking procession, which help us contemplate our existence and mortality - a moment to remember deceased friends and family, and our ancestors.

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