Sat, Dec 16|
Gifts at the Garden
Shop the SF Botanical gift market this holiday season. Find a curated selection of sustainable, local and fair trade gifts alongside exclusive Gardens of Golden Gate Park merchandise, books and art. The market will host free craft activities, a photo booth, plant sale and gift wrapping station.
Time & Location
Dec 16, 2023, 10:00 AM – Dec 17, 2023, 5:30 PM
San Francisco, 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122, USA
About the event
Date: Saturday, December 16th - Sunday, December 17th
Saturday Members Morning: 10 AM - 12 PM
Saturday General Public Hours: 12 PM – 5:30 PM
Sunday General Public Hours: 10 AM - 5:30 PM
Location: San Francisco Botanical Garden
Join us for Gifts at the Garde, an event in partnership with SF Bay Area Moms and Haight Street Art Center. Shop the SF Botanical gift market this holiday season. Find a curated selection of sustainable, local, and fair trade gifts alongside exclusive Gardens of Golden Gate Park merchandise, books, and art. The market will host free craft activities, a photo booth, a plant sale, and a wrapping station. Proceeds benefit the Gardens of Golden Gate Park. Garden members can shop two hours early. Beat the crowds and shop the best selection, become a member today!
The event is free to attend.
Crow Town Creations
Somnia City / Art of Natalie McKean
Plant Shops/ Societies
The Garden Bookstore and Plant Shop are excited to host a pop up at Gifts at the Garden and feature some of our favorite local authors and artists. Throughout Saturday and Sunday- we’ve invited local artists and writers to come out, talk about their work, and provide demonstrations or kid-friendly activities. We’ll have books for selling, authors for signing, artwork for hanging, and gifts for giving. All proceeds benefit the Garden and the local community of writers and artists that we support.
Featured Authors and Artists:
Sophie Diao awesome illustrator of Sarah and the Big Wave, I Am The Wind, and many more
Julia Rockwell is a sustainability expert and author of the new book Mothering Earth
Santiago Palacio is a printmaker, poet and painter currently working in Yosemite National Park and running @caminarte_print_press
JaNay Brown-Wood, PhD, is a children's author, poet,scholar, and educator. She’s written numerous award-winning children’s books including the delightful Where in the Garden series.
Emma Bland Smith is a librarian at the SF Botanical Garden Horticultural Library and the award-winning author of many books for children,including The Gardener of Alcatraz.
We are no longer seeking Maker Applicants for the Market. Plant Societies and Plant Vendors who wish to be considered for vending may directly email email@example.com for application details.