Alexander Mullaney: Where did the idea come from?
Maria Fe Picar: The idea was inspired about two years ago when OMI-CPP talked about having something different as an event on the corridor and the car show idea came up. We talked about no one else around here—well, maybe Excelsior—having one, so why couldn’t we?
AM: How many cars?
MFP: We expect about 15 to 25 cars.
AM: What’s the entertainment line up?
MFP: We will have DJ Don Rizzi from Lick-Wilmerding High School; musicians Nell Maynard, Michaelryan McCauley and Hiwire A Cappella group; Rolo the Clown will be twisting and sculpting balloons for the kids; There will be an arts and crafts table for the kids, too. Some vendors will be selling car fresheners and sporty and fun socks. Sequoia Real Estate will be also be there with a couple of table games.
AM: Anything else?
MFP: A raffle is scheduled with some prizes donated from Faxon Garage, Korean Martial Arts, Menhong Clinic and the San Francisco Giants.
Block Party and Save The Farm Rally
Also on Saturday, May 21 there will be a rally to help save Little City Gardens, the only remaining commercial farm in San Francisco and open space in Mission Terrace. It starts at 11 a.m. in front of 214 Cotter St.
Afterward, there will be a neighborhood celebration with neighbors, community leaders, a potluck, kid-friendly fun and a raffle.
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Pancakes in the Park
Help McLaren Park will hold its Pancakes in the Park fundraiser on Saturday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Louis Sutter Clubhouse in McLaren Park. All-you-can-eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, fruit and refreshments. $10 for adults; $5 for children.
Annual Ingleside Terraces Homes Association Garage Sale
When: Sat, May 21, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Ingleside Terraces; between Ocean and Holloway; Ashton and Junipero Serra
Maps available from participants.