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A candlelight vigil in the Castro to honor AIDS charities | Saturday
By - posted 11/28/2012

Paint the Castro Red is a Castro/Upper Market-wide public awareness and fundraising event on World AIDS Day, Saturday, December 1, 2012.

Participating Castro District businesses, restaurants, and bars will donate 10-15% of the day’s sales to 30AIDS to show their support for AIDS and the nonprofits that serve their customers and community.

Castro Street will be adorned with red lights, red ribbons, and red balloons and there will be a free screening of How to Survive a Plague at the Castro Theater at 6pm and a candlelight vigil and speakers in Harvey Milk Plaza to follow.

Paint the Castro Red | World AIDS Day 2012
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Castro Street and Market Street, SF
– Free film screening at Castro Theater – 6pm (Sold Out)
– Candlelight Vigil at Castro/Market – 8pm (approx) – FREE 

Free Film Screening at the Castro Theater
How to Survive a Plague

Advance tickets to the screening are sold out, but they will offer free rush tickets 10 minutes before the show depending on availability.

How to Get Rush Tickets: The line for rush tickets will start lining up at 5:30pm in front of the Castro Theatre. One ticket per person and you must be in line to be considered for any available rush tickets.


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