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With your help, we're going to create San Francisco's wildest, greenest, most delicious parklet yet, in the city's densest 'hood.
186 backers pledged $15,327 to help bring this project to life.

We did it - thanks to you!

Posted by Friends of the farm:table (Creator)

Thank you!

You are one of the wonderful 186 parklet backers, so you received the news as soon as we did: at midnight on April 1st, our kickstarter campaign finished successfully. And as you can see, we met - and surpassed - our goals! 

Obviously, we couldn't have done any of this without YOU. It's true: neighbors, friends, family, even long-lost pals and perfect strangers came together to back this project, and we are so grateful for each one of you! We can't thank you enough.  

And we can't wait to start building! We're working with the designer and contractor to finalize details and schedule this week, and we're hoping to start construction before the end of the month.

If you have selected one of the kickstarter backer rewards, we will be following up with each of you in the next week or so to get any necessary additional information (e.g. mailing address, etc). In the meantime, please feel free to email us with any questions.

Save the Date: this Sunday April 8th

Our friendly neighbor Rye is throwing us a final blow-out benefit this Sunday night.  Come for the silent art auction, the raffle, to have a good time. And expect the some of the best cocktails you've ever had the privilege of sipping on. Yep, they're that good. Guest bartenders: Erick Castro, Brooke Arthur, Carl Sutton and MORE!  Sunday April 8th, 7-10pm. Follow the Facebook event page for more info:

Report: Pre-Parklet Street Party

It was wonderful to see all of you who stopped by to celebrate the end of our kickstarter last Sunday, April 1st, at the Pre-Parklet Party and kickstarter finale at Farm:Table. It was a blast. The sun was shining down on Mrs. Robinson's flea market and bake sale, Zack from Huckleberry Bikes fixed up bikes in the street, Jason took a crew to the roof garden while Michael guided a gaggle of you through the 'hood, and kids played in the grass. OK it was just astroturf and some houseplants, but it was exciting to see a preview of what life might be like around these parts, post-parklet. :)


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