6th Annual Harvey Milk Pie Toss at the Castro Street Fair

6th Annual Harvey Milk Pie Toss

 

Sunday, October 6th from 12 PM – 6 PM
Sausage Factory: 517 Castro Street

The Milk Club and the Castro Street Fair share a long bond. At the fair's inauguration and years after, Harvey hosted a dunk tank in front of Castro Camera where he invited his political colleagues, friends, and rivals to join him in the hot seat as folks pitched balls and saw their local leaders take a dip in the sunshine.

The Club carries on this good-natured tradition with our annual Castro Street Fair Pie Toss. Due in part to water conservation concerns, we have traded in the dunking with fully-loaded cream pies ready for the unsuspecting.

Harvey regarded politics as a circus replete with its own pratfalls, so we cordially invite you and our esteemed colleagues under the "big top" to join us this Sunday and toss a pie tin on the chin with Club leadership, civic leaders, community organizers, lawmakers, drag queens, and the rest of the three rings.

Here is our schedule so far:

12pm: Supervisor Hillary Ronen

12:30pm: Dean Preston

1pm: Chesa Boudin

1:15pm: Seamus McGeever

1:30pm: Jeffrey Kwong

2pm: Shaun Haines

2:15pm: Catch Meredeath (Andrew Sheets)

2:30pm: Janice Li

2:45pm: Tom Temprano

3pm: Supervisor Rafael Mandelman

3:15pm: Kevin Ortiz

3:30pm: Cochina Rude (for St. James)

3:45pm: Leif Dautch

4pm: Peter Gallotta

4:30pm: Tab Buckner

4:45pm: Jon Jacobo

5pm: Nancy Tung


And if you would like to volunteer to get pied or to help out at the booth, drop us a line at correspondent@milkclub.org.


Here is our Club's list of endorsements for the November 2019 ballot:

Mayor: no position
District 5 Supervisor: Dean Preston (sole-endorsement)
City Attorney: Dennis Herrera
District Attorney: Chesa Boudin (sole-endorsement)
Public Defender: Manohar Raju
Sheriff: 
no position
Treasurer: Jose Cisneros
Board of Education: Jenny Lam
Community College Board: Ivy Lee

Yes on Measure A: Affordable Homes for San Franciscans Now
Yes on Measure B: A New Department of Disability and Aging Services​
No on Measure C: SF Kids vs. Big Tobacco
Yes on Measure D: Safer Streets, Less Traffic, Better MUNI
Yes on Measure E: Affordable Homes for Teachers and Families
Yes on Measure F: Sunlight on Dark Money