Temescal Telegraph Business Improvement District
asdg, aerg, California

10th Annual Temescal Street Fair
7/8/2013 2:00:00 AM UTC - 7/8/2013 8:00:00 AM UTC
California, Oakland, Alabama, 94609
The 10th Annual Temescal Street Fair
Sunday, July 7th, 2013, Noon to 6pm

What started in 2004 as a little street fest sponsored by a small group of local merchants has blossomed into one of Oakland's premier cultural events. In 2005, the Telegraph Temescal Business Improvement District (TTBID) took over the fair's sponsorship and, since then, the event's growth has been exponential. 2012 boasted four stages (the Main stage, Kid's stage and two Jazz stages) and three additional blocks of vendors, offering even more opportunities to promote local artists, craftspeople and creative dare-to-doers, representing the area's rich tapestry of creativity and culture.

The TTBID is a certified green organization and the Street Fair is a
green event! We will be highlighting selected “green businesses” and a few
environmental non-profits for our “green zone.”

For non-profit booths, contact Karen Hester at:
For food booths, contact
Forms for General Information and Booth Applications:
Know your ballot!
Members of the League of Women Voters of Oakland will be on hand to present the pros & cons of the measures & propositions that are up for a vote in the upcoming General Election in November, & to facilitate discussion of the issues they address. In the City of Oakland, these include Measure HH that will tax distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages, Measure JJ to help protect renters, Measure KK, a $600 million bond for public safety and investment in the neighborhoods & Measure LL, a charter amendment to establish civilian oversight of the police. Measure G1 will levy a parcel tax to help fund the Oakland public schools. Measure A1 allows the county to issue bonds to help to ease the housing crisis. Other measures along with questions about the city’s Rank Choice Voting (RCV) method will also be addressed.