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Title: 14th Annual Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair
START DATE: Saturday March 14
TIME: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location Details:
SF County Fair Building

Golden Gate Park, 9th Avenue & Lincoln Way, San Francisco, CA
Event Type: Other
Contact NameBound Together Bookstore Collective
Email Addressabookfair [at] yahoo.com
Phone Number415 431 8355
Address1369 Haight Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
Bound Together Bookstore presented the first Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair on March 30, 1996. The event was organized to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Bound Together, and took place in the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, where the event is still held annually today. Admission is free.

The bookfair continues to grow, attracting participants from the bay area and around the world. We’ve been honored to present many speakers over the years, some very well known and others not; each year some old friends returning along with new faces.



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by reZz
( rezrez [at] rediffmail [dot] com ) Wednesday Mar 11th, 2009 3:06 PM

We will take in a side of SF that even long-time residents may not have seen, going from glen park to twin peaks and to some newly created trails on Mt Sutro. While some may enjoy tooling to the top of hills as fast as possible, stops will allow others to catch up. While technical descents are encouraged, no points will be awarded for speed. Your bike should have reliable brakes and at least a knobby front tire and be ready to hit rough surfaces as only a few blocks of the tour will be on paved roads. We will share a picnic on the roof of San Francisco, and pause to reflect on the historical movement that Kropotkin called “the enclosure” and view a very well preserved piece of working class art history. Riders of all levels of experience should feel free to join in.
by b
Friday Mar 20th, 2009 7:41 AM
i heard a commie table got kicked out and water dumped on their books during the bookfair. any truth to this?