Joy on Joice Street Fair
Saturday, October 16, 2021
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Joice St @ 965 Clay Street
Enjoy a day filled with AAPI makers, artists, performers, community organizations, and more!
The Joyce Street Fair will take place on Joice Street in San Francisco Chinatown, between Sacramento Street and Clay Street. Admission is free.
The first-ever Joy on Joice Street Fair hosted by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum (CHSA) and Cut Fruit Collective looks to uplift Bay Area Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) creativity, community, and joy. With the many challenges facing San Francisco Chinatown and AAPI communities across the Bay, we look to all of our collective creative energies and participation to bring us together. Join us as we hold space for reconnecting and building solidarity across generations and communities.
COVID Protocols* – All attendees are required to:
- Provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 if age 12+ (physical vaccination card, a photo of their vaccination card, or a digital vaccine record, and a valid ID for those 18+)
- Wear a mask
- Stay home if sick or show any symptoms associated with COVID-19
*Requirements are subject to change
Sunday Streets Phoenix Day
Sunday, October 17, 2021
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
One City. One Day. Rising Together.
October 17th, 2021 will mark the return of San Francisco’s beloved Sunday Streets with a bigger than ever program taking place across the City, featuring historic routes and pop-ups, The Cross City Connector Bike Ride, and 100+ free block party permits for neighbors to enjoy citywide.
CUESA’s Sunday Supper: A Farm to Home Feast
Sunday, October 17, 2021
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Join CUESA for their most important night of the year, bringing together farmers, chefs, and changemakers to grow thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. At CUESA’s Sunday Supper: A Farm to Home Feast, you’ll enjoy a lavish four-course dinner and virtual gala from the comfort of your home.
Your presence is needed more than ever. The current moment has underscored the critical importance of a connected and resilient local food community. Help CUESA keep our farmers markets and education programs thriving, and do it deliciously! Together, we can provide vital lifelines between farms and families in this time of great need, and ensure a sustainable and equitable food future for generations to come.
Four-Course Feast: Click Here to Reserve Today!
Enjoy an unforgettable menu from the city’s top chefs, paired with specially selected wines and hand-crafted cocktails—beautifully packaged for pickup or home delivery.
Proceeds provide vital funds for CUESA’s farmers markets and education programs. This event also supports our treasured restaurant community, and a portion of your ticket price will underwrite food and labor costs for each participating restaurant.
Bid online on one-of-a-kind packages such as exquisite private dinners with acclaimed chefs, farm getaways, and exclusive food experiences. Bidding ends October 17, 9:00 pm. Check back for details!
Virtual Gala: Free with RSVP- Click Here to RSVP Now
Join CUESA live online with Emmy-winning host Liam Mayclem to celebrate our essential food and farm community, visit beloved family farms, and go behind the scenes with chefs. Plus a special appearance from Chef Jacques Pépin! Missed or want to rewatch the 2020 virtual gala? Click here!
Participating Chefs & Restaurants:
Melissa Reitz & Craig Stoll, Delfina Restaurant • Michael Mina & Team, MINA Family Kitchen • Brandon Jew, Mister Jiu’s • Kim Alter, Nightbird • Peter J. Hemsley, Palette • Sarah & Evan Rich, Rich Table • Gianina Serrano, Sixth Course • Nicole Krasinski & Stuart Brioza, State Bird Provisions • Aaron Plascencia, Taste Catering and Event Planning • Michelle Polzine, 20th Century Café • Bruce Hill & David Zboray, Zero Zero • Nate Norris, Zuni Café
Green Thumb Organics • Lonely Mountain Farm • Root Down Farm • Yerena Farms