Paint The Castro Red-World AIDS Day
10:00am - 11:30pm
Castro & Market Streets in San Francisco
Come out and Paint the Castro Red on World AIDS Day!
San Francisco’s leading HIV/AIDS service organizations have come together to host a World AIDS Day event – Paint the Castro Red
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Upper Market & Castro Streets
Come out for this special event featuring a candlelight vigil and free film screening of “How to Survive a Plague” at the Castro Theater along with free HIV testing and shopping, eating, and drinking
– all to benefit: AIDS Emergency Fund, AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP), Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center, Maitri, National AIDS Memorial Grove, Positive Resource Center, Project Inform, Project Open Hand, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Shanti, and Visual Aid.
Paint the Castro Red Schedule:
> Free Film Screening at Castro Theatre: 6pm
> Candlelight Vigil in Harvey Milk Plaza: 8:30pm
> Free HIV Testing:
Magnet (4122 18th Street) 11am – 6pm
Alliance Health Project (501 Castro Street) 1pm – 6pm
MOMS Pharmacy (4071 18th Street) 6pm – 11pm
> Shop, Eat, and Drink: ALL DAY!
Shop, dine and drink at participating vendors – 10% of proceeds goes to support the beneficiary AIDS service agencies
Please support our partners on World AIDS Day who help keep our community healthy and thriving:
Body, Citizen, Diesel, Emergence Healing Arts Studio, Hortica, Hot Cookie, Louie’s Barber Shop, Midnight Sun, Moby Dick, Mollie Stone’s, P.O. Plus, Q Bar, San Francisco Upper Cervical Chiropractic, Spunk Salon, The Edge, and Twin Peaks Tavern.
AIDS is still here: Take Action!
More event information at www.facebook.com/PaintTheCastroRed.
More film information at www.sfaf.org/worldaidsday
We hope to see you there!
Special thanks to our partner, Horizons Foundation.
Supported by the Merchants of Upper Market and Castro.