Queen Esther’s Ball: 2023 “Purrrim” Party w/ Drag Queens & Free Cat Ears (SF)
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Manny’s | 3092 16th St San Francisco, CA 94103
Submitted by the Event Organizer
The most FABULOUS Purim party around!
Join Value Culture and Manny’s with the help of JCC SF, Hebrew Free Loan San Francisco, Nice Jewish Boys SF, Reboot & Grand Bakery for a Purim party that will make you meow “Purrrrrrrrrrrrim!”
Get free tickets w/ secret code FUNCHEAP (normally $10)
Last year Queen Esther’s Ball was so fun we’re bringing it back with a Purrrrim twist. Meow!
Starring SF’s best vogue dancer Sir Joq, drag star Trixie Lamonte, and from Los Angeles making her San Francisco debut “Call me by my Hebrew name” Abby Feldman! Plus special guests!
Mix, Mingle, shake your groggers to the beats by DJ Black, sip and snack on Kosher Hamentashen from Grand Bakery Oakland! Cat ears for everyone!
Need a place to celebrate Purim? Love drag queens, non binary, vogue dancing, and Jewish comedy in an inclusive non judgmental environment ? Want to purrrr like a kitty, meow like a cat, let the gato inside of you take over for a couple hours? Do you just want to have a fun, only in SF, Tuesday night?
Manny’s never turns away anyone for lack of funds. To receive a complementary ticket just email us. But we would love you to support the event with a $10 donation.
** Value Culture is a non profit organization that removes barriers to arts, culture, and philanthropy. More info at www.valueculture.org
What is Purim?
Purim is a Jewish holiday which commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, an official of the Achaemenid Empire who was planning to have all of Persia’s Jewish subjects killed, as recounted in the Book of Esther. Haman was the royal vizier to Persian king Ahasuerus. Wikipedia
It’s celebrated like a mix between Halloween and Mardi Gras. Hamentashchen is a cookie eaten during Purim.
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