When chowhounds lunched at the Thai temple in Berkeley in April, we got some inkling of an upcoming fair, however, the posters were printed in Thai. At today's terrific lunch at the temple in San Bruno, one of the lovely lady volunteers gave us flyers in English and encouraged us to attend. She said that cooks from all the Bay Area's temples, not just her own, would be selling food there. Here's the info:
Office of the Thai National Cultur Commission and
Wat buddhapradeep of San Francisco Present
8th Annual Thai Cultural Fair
On Saturday-Sunday, July 5-6, 2003 10:00am-6:00pm
At the Hall of Flowers
Strybing Arboretum, County Fair Building;
Golden Gate Park
9th Ave. & Lincoln Way
Thai classical music performances
Thai classical dances
Traditional fold music & dances
Thai raffle (pick a star from the tree)
Thai cultural exhibition
Thai souvenirs, gifts and handicrafts from Support Foundation Her Majesty Queen Sirikit
Large selection of authentic Thai foods, Thai gifts, handicrafts and products will be for sale at very reasonable prices.
Admission $5. Children under 12 yrs., $3
For more information:
Wat Buddhapradeep of San Francisco
Tel. (650) 615-9528, 615-9688
I found a graphic of the color poster on the web as shown below, which notably does not mention food sales.
You'll be hearing more about today's lunch from the other hounds who attended.
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