Strange Artifacts and Hidden Wonders : A Mysterious Walking Tour | SF
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South end of McKinley Square Park | 919 Vermont St., San Francisco
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Part of Obscura Day 2012, this is a strange and wonderful walking tour to twist your melon.
Free, but RSVP is required
The Elsewhere Philatelic Society seeks intrepid adventurers and those not afraid of a little perambulation to aid in finding its president. The beloved leader of the EPS has been missing for nigh-on six months now, and the Society is quite worried about him.
Perhaps you could pack a snack and hie thee to San Francisco’s Potrero Hill, where you will be greeted with grateful grins and helpful maps! Also there will be stamps! And art!
Rarely seen above-ground, the Elsewhere Talismanic Object Appreciation Society (ETOAS) has an enviable collection of artifacts–the largest number in years! Ranging from esoteric bits of machine parts to life-size carrier pigeon replicas, the ETOAS welcomes members of the public to view its current holdings in the picturesque grounds of McKinley Square Park, proximate to the very curvy Vermont Street, in scenic Potrero Hill.
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