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SUNSET

holiday
gift guide
-2017-
- support sunset businesses -
This annual holiday gift guide is a way for us to share many of
the unique artisan gifts, goods, and services that are available
in the Sunset that we can purchase for our friend ands family
this holiday season.

From Supervisor Tang and staff, we extend our warmest


wishes and our deepest gratitude to the residents and small
businesses who call this neighborhood home and make our
community so special.

- happy holidays -

Sunset Holiday Gift Guide designed by Ashley Summers


Business descriptions and most photos by
Interns Wes Footracer, Liam Armstrong, and Claudia Liu.
- table of contents -
Deck the Halls: Greenery...............Page 4

Retail Section...............Page 5-29

Art Galleries & Artists...............Page 30-33

Other Local Gifts...............Page 34-36

Local Giving...............Page 37
deck the halls
adopt a
living tree!
Dont like the idea of a cut tree?
Our very own SF Department of
the Environment has a program
where you can adopt a living tree!
Order your tree on a first-come,
first-served basis for a tax-deduct-
ible $75 donation to Friends of the
sloat garden center Urban Forest (FUF). After the holi-
days, you return your tree and FUF

2700 sloat boulevard


will plant it in a neighborhood that
needs more trees.

Attending a holiday party, dinner or family get together? https://sfenvironment.org/


The perfect gift for the host or hostess in your life is a adopt-a-living-tree-for-
beautiful Poinsettia plant from Sloat Garden Center! With christmas
knowledgeable staff and a wide array of goods, Sloat is
the perfect place to pick up a gift for the green thumb you
know, including holiday wreaths and garlands, miniature
and full size Christmas trees, and Poinsettias in every color!

(415) 566-4415
http://www.sloatgardens.com/
4500

IRVING
frank's floral shop
1821 Irving Street
Franks Floral Shop has been in the neighborhood since
1934 and offers floral arrangements for all occasions -
including but not limited to wedding and event designs.
Surprise your loved ones this holiday season and let them
know you care with a beautiful floral arrangement, or
stop by for the perfect bouquet for your holiday table.

(415) 664-0400
http://franksfloral.com/

sunset music company


2311 irving street
Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la, la la la la! Deck the
halls of the music lover in your life this season, by gifting
a present from Sunset Music Company. Serving the Sunset
since 1948, Sunset Music Company will provide for all
your music needs, including instruments such as guitars
and ukuleles, repertoire, theory, and technique books,
metronomes, guitar straps, and drumsticks.

(415) 731-1725
http://www.sunsetmusicsf.com/
the artisans of san francisco
2549 Irving Street
Since 1947, Artisans of SF has been providing custom
framing services for cherished family photos, special
prints, and beloved artwork. They not only sell prints but
will custom fit frames to capture those special moments.
Whether it is family photos, fine art or custom mirrors,
Artisans of SF can assist with all of your custom framing
needs.

(415) 921-0456
http://artisansofsf.com/

nomad cyclery
2555 irving street
Nomad Cyclery is the perfect local spot for all of your bik-
ing needs as they carry helmets, jackets, bells, parts, and
bicycle lights -- especially helpful during wintertime with
fewer hours of daylight). Nomad Cyclery also provides
those necessary repairs!

(415) 564-3568
https://www.nomadcyclerysf.com/
sunset soccer supply
3401 Irving Street
Kick your gift giving up a notch this year and impress the
soccer fanatic in your life! Toby Rappolt, owner, is a pas-
sionate soccer coach and can provide injury prevention
training and performance enhancement to your soccer
team. Sunset Soccer Supply also carries all the soccer ap-
parel youll ever need, including jerseys, shorts, cleats and
safety gear, soccer balls, and customized apparel.

(415) 753-2666
http://www.sunsetsoccer.com/

swell bicycles
4002 irving street
Want to get the bike buff in your life a swell gift? Well,
you are sure to find one at Swell Bicycles in the Outer
Sunset. Uri Friedman and Will Rose started Swell Bicycles
in 2013 with the goal of creating a community around
their shared passion: bicycles. Select from a variety of
great bicycle brands including Raleigh, Brooklyn Bike
Company, Soma Fabrications, Surly, and All-City; custom
wheel and bike buds; and bicycle repair services.

(415) 731-3838
http://www.swellbicycles.com/
avenues dry goods
4121 Irving Street
Shop small this season with Avenues Dry Goods, where
everything has a story behind it. They sell neighborhood
goods straight from local artisans, curators, and even
themselves! This includes everyday items such as lip balm
and soaps. Not only do they have locally made goods, but
they also sell upcycled clothing. Because they sell just a
bit of everything for everyone, Avenues Dry Goods is the
perfect one-stop shop for all your friends and family this
holiday season.

(415) 841-2870
https://avenuesdrygoods.com/

mollusk surf shop


4500 irving street
Tired of surfing the Internet for gifts? Try Mollusk Surf
Shop, a surfing institution here and in Los Angeles. Mol-
lusk has developed into a cultural institution that inte-
grates surfing, art, craft, music, film and visual media.
This is seen in the woodwork and art, as they were all
contributions from local craftspeople. They sell products
handmade by friends and neighbors perfect for any
surfing obsessed friend or family member, including Ikat
beach blankets, wetsuits, swim suits, skateboards, surf-

(415) 564-6300
https://mollusksurfshop.com/
the last straw
4540 Irving Street
The Last Straw has been around for decades and is a
great place to find last-minute gifts for anyone who loves
a beautiful and unique gift! The Last Straw is a treasure
trove of lovely finds. Marge, the owner, carries jewelry,
bags, scarves, plush needlepoint rabbits, soaps, and a va-
riety of gifts for infants and children.
(415) 566-4692

gift cards & experience gifts


We all know someone who is hard to shop for! Consider buying a gift certificate from one of our many merchants in-
cluding the businesses listed here as well as many restaurants, fitness studios and yoga studios! There are also classes,
memberships and other gift ideas that make great holiday gifts for family and friends!
4000

JUDAH
grails sf
2344 judah Street
Everyone knows that one person who is constantly talking
about the freshest Jordans or the latest release from Su-
preme. But sometimes those gifts are hard to find and
are sold out in stores. Well now, the Sunsets Grails SF is
able to supply every sneaker head and hype beast with
what theyre looking for. Grails SF sells shoes, apparel,
and items from major brands including: Adidas, Nike,
Supreme, ASSC, and Bape. Everything in stock is 100%
authentic and is of the highest quality available.

(628) 899-6133
https://www.grailssf.com/

the animal connection


2550 judah street
Dont forget your four-legged, feathered, scaled or furry
companions this season! Animal Connection was estab-
lished in 1987 and is San Franciscos largest independent
pet store. Along with knowledgeable staff and expert ad-
vice, Animal Connection also carries a variety of purr-
fect pet products, including pet care books for all species,
aquarium accessories for fish and reptiles, and pet toys
and treats. To promote the adoption of rescue animals,
Animal Connection will be offering a discount to those
who bring their rescue animal or bring proof of adoption.

(415) 564-6482
https://www.animalconnectionsf.net/
elevation bike co.
2648 Judah street
Elevation Bike Co. is a full-service bike shop run by bike
evangelists. They carry top of the line performance-cen-
tric mountain bikes and are the perfect place to get a gift
for that adventure-seeker you know. Stop by to purchase
mountain bikes, cyclocross bikes, and touring bikes, as
well as bike accessories including shoes, helmets, jerseys,
pedals, and tires. You can demo the best brands and mod-
els on the market for $80 a day!

(415) 702-6380
http://www.elevationbikeco.com/

adapt clothing
2801 judah street
Adapt to the changing seasons, styles, and Bay Area cul-
ture with Adapt Clothing. Featuring unique and essential
pieces to wear during any Warriors, 49ers or Raiders
game, Adapt has a wide range of styles and sizes for every
family member, including Ice Cream Dreams hats and
shirts; Rise and Shine Warriors championship t-shirts,
and SF Gold anorak jackets. But Adapt doesnt only car-
ry clothing, the store also carries smaller accessories such
as pins, lanyards, and bags, which are perfect for stocking
stuffers!

(415) 571-8897
https://adaptclothing.com/
aqua surf shop
3847 judah Street
Aqua has all the essential gear for a day of surfing. The
store features the highest-quality wetsuits, surfboards (for
rental and purchase), and custom Aqua accessories. Their
online store has a wider variety of custom apparel. Aqua
is the perfect place for surf enthusiasts from beginners
to pros.

(415) 242-9283
https://www.aquasurfshop.com/

davis foot comfort center


3921 judah street
Since 1977, owner Arnie Davis has specialized in cus-
tom-made footwear and orthotic devices. A certified podi-
atrist, he began his career as a sculptor, and his art can be
seen all around his shop in the beautiful shoes that he and
his staff creates. If you know anyone that suffers from
medical issues such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, or a
traumatic injury, Davis Foot Comfort Center can make a
real difference in their quality of life. Make an appoint-
ment for a loved one this holiday season.

(415) 661-8705
https://davisshoes.com/
karen luu home couture
3927 Judah street
As a San Francisco-based designer and clothing manufac-
turer for over 20 years, Karen Luu has a great passion for
magnificent fabrics and inspired colors. Inspired by the
revitalization of Judah Street, she opened her retail store
there. Stop by and youll see that it is filled with great
holiday finds including apparel such as plush robes and
stylish coats, accessories including silk scarves and jewel-
ry, fragrances, soaps and other items for the home.

(415) 759-8183
https://www.karenluuhomecouture.com/

other avenues cooperative


3930 judah street
Healthy business, healthy people, healthy planet. The
mission of Other Avenues is something we can all get be-
hind. This worker-owned cooperative has been keeping
our neighborhood healthy since 1974. Find more than
just groceries at this neighborhood grocer. Other Avenues
also carries toys, organic plush animals, childrens books,
organic and non-toxic bath and beauty products, candles,
essential oils and delicious treats to fill your stockings!

(415) 661-7475
http://www.otheravenues.coop/
blackbird bookstore
new! 4033 Judah street
Black Bird Bookstore is different from any other bookstore
youll find in San Francisco. Kathryn Grantham and her
team bring together the diverse voices that make up the
Outer Sunset and San Francisco. Black Bird only stocks
books selected by their team and the selection is updated
on a regular basis, making the books relevant to new in-
terests. They also carry a large variety of childrens books
suitable for every age. Every books cover faces towards
you and is accompanied by a handwritten note. This per-
sonal touch ensures that every book and every trip to
Black Bird Bookstore will be unique and meaningful.

(628) 256-0081
https://www.blackbirdbooksf.com/

the general store


4035 judah street
There is nothing general about The General Store you
cannot find your milk or bread here. Rather, The General
Store is filled with beautiful and unique artisan gifts. Con-
sider gifts from a variety of unique childrens toys and
items, calendars, cards, books, beautiful artisan jewelry,
and home dcor.

(415) 682-0600
https://shop-generalstore.com/
a case for making
4037 Judah street
Case for Making is the place to discover your creative side.
They supply all the necessities for your expedition into the
world of art. With fresh canvases, a wide variety of tools,
and homemade water colors, youll be able to bring to life
any vision you have. On December 20, theyll be holding
a water color workshop where youll be taught the tech-
niques to make your own vivid colors.

https://www.caseformaking.com/

lady falcon coffee club


and java beach cafe
new!
Lady Falcon Coffee Club takes specialty coffee to a whole
new level. A sister of Java Beach Caf and Beachside Cof-
fee Bar and Kitchen, Lady Falcon Coffee Club is a mobile
coffee truck and roasting company. With Lady Falcon,
coffee is not only as a drink but a form of art. Be sure to
pick up coffee beans for the coffee lovers in your life, as
well as a Lady Falcon tote bag!

http://www.ladyfalconcoffeeclub.com/
http://www.javabeachcafe.com/

Find the Lady Falcon Mobile Truck


Java Beach: 1396 La Playa Street
Java Beach at the Zoo: 2650 Sloat Boulevard
3600

LAWTON
l a w t o n t a p r o o m -seven stills-
new! 3645 lawton street
This Outer Sunset spot delivers well-priced Mexican bar
bites, house beers (including growlers to go), a selection
of shandies blended from Seven Stills beers and fermented
aguas frescas from Hard Frescos. Additionally, they offer
private parties and behind-the-scenes tours/tastings of
the distillery and brewery. The distillery is open six days
a week from Tuesday to Sunday. Walk-ins are welcome
during their normal business hours to sample whiskeys
and beers, or to purchase beer or whiskey to go. Tours
and private parties can also be booked on their website.

(415) 340-3654
https://sevenstillsofsf.com/
3800

NORIEGA
H E N R Y 'S H O U S E O F C O F F E E
1618 NORIEGA street
We spilled the beans! With over five decades in the coffvee
business, the recently renovated Henrys House of Coffee
has a variety of fresh-brewed coffee and gift options for
the coffee-lover in your life, including the Henrys Choice
subscription (a different coffee each month), a House of
Coffee Sunset District t-shirt, or a Henrys coffee sampler.

(415) 681-9363
https://henryshouseofcoffee.com/

NEW SKOOL
2309 NORIEGA street #415
New Skool clothing specializes in infant and toddler one-
sies and tees with a hip hop flavor. Designed and printed
locally, New Skool has unique style that makes great gifts
for a friend or relative. San Francisco artist and design-
er Nathan Tan started New Skool in 2004 to provide a
unique clothing option for kids that reflect the hip hop
culture. You may purchase items on their website, or stop
by their shop in person. Make sure to come to their shop
during December when they will be holding a 20-30% off
sale for the holidays!

(415) 902-0490
http://shopnewskool.com/
WOODSHOP
3725 NORIEGA street
Woodshop is a unique place that grew out of a common
interest in craft and design between four different arti-
sans: Luke Bartels, Danny Hess, Josh Duthie and Jeff Can-
ham. From furniture to surfboards and chairs, Woodshop
is the perfect place for a one-of-a-kind fabricated piece!
The showroom is open by appointment only, so schedule a
consultation in advance to work with these accomplished
artists to create the perfect gift in time for the holidays!

https://woodshopsf.com/

SUNSET PET SUPPLY


3809 NORIEGA street
Get the purrrr-fect gift for your pet this holiday season.
Head over to Sunset Pet Supply where owner, Sanford
Johnson, offers a variety of pet supplies including toys,
collars and pet carriers; tasty treats and unique pet foods;
and calming treats for your pets in the event of a stressful
event or disaster.

(415) 682-0214
Visit Sunset Pet Supply on Yelp
ESTABLISH
3811 NORIEGA street
Established what to get your friends and family for Christ-
mas this year? If not, dont worry because Establish is a
treasure trove of unique handmade and vintage home d-
cor, accessories, and clothing. A cooperative art student
and retail store owner, Erica Maver aspires to create an
environment that brings progressive culture to the Out-
er Sunset community. Find unique items such as vintage
SF logo sweatshirts, one-of-a-kind stone necklaces, beach
shell earrings, and more.

(415) 564-5054
http://www.establishsf.com/

NORIEGA PRODUCE
3821 NORIEGA streeT
With dinner parties, holiday parties, and family events
galore this time of year, think of picking up comfort food
ingredients, spirits and stocking stuffers from Noriega
Produce. This family-owned market with friendly and
knowledgeable staff are more than happy to help with
choosing items such as a variety of wines and craft beers;
egg nog and delicious desserts; and organic olive oils,
chocolates and candies.

(415) 564-0370
https://gussmarket.com/market-locations/noriega-pro-
duce-san-francisco/
D E V I L 'S T E E T H B A K I N G C O .
3876 NORIEGA street
Sweeten up that devil on your Christmas list with some
sweets from Devils Teeth Baking Company! Choose from
a selection of delicious, freshly made holiday pies:

Apple
Pecan
Pumpkin; or
Sweet Potato Pecan

And while youre there, pick up a Devils Teeth t-shirt or


hoodie for that Devils Teeth diehard in your family.

(415) 683-5533
http://www.devilsteethbakingcompany.com/

SUNSET SHAPERS
3896 NORIEGA streeT
Wouldnt a custom-crafted surf board made right here
in the Outer Sunset make a fantastic personalized gift?
Sunset Shapers also provides one-on-one shaping lessons
and you can work together with a seasoned pro to build
that dream surf board for the wave catcher in your life
or perhaps even for yourself. Sunset Shapers also car-
ries other products including fins, hand planes, wax, and
leashes.

(415) 665-7873
http://www.sunsetshapers.com/
1800

TARAVAL
ODSY WORKSHOP
1417 TARAVAL street
Owned and operated by husband and wife team, Soojin
and Yina, ODSY Workshop is the perfect place to pick out
an expertly hand-crafted leather gift this season. All of
their products are handmade in their workshop on Tara-
val and include: handmade leather keychains and wallets,
heavy duty aprons made with natural vegetable tanned
leather and denim, pouches, and bags. It doesnt hurt that
they do amazing shoe repair work as well!

(415) 234-9916
http://www.odsyworkshop.com

NORIEGA FURNITURE
1455 TARAVAL streeT
One of the finest furniture stores in the San Francisco Bay
Area is located on Taraval Street! Noriega Furniture has a
stellar reputation for providing high quality furniture to
clients on the entire West Coast. The professional design
staff can help you with small and large projects. The store
is full of beautiful sofas, artwork, bedroom and dining
room furniture and remarkable gifts for the holidays. For
that family member who deserves something really spe-
cial, visit Noriega Furniture!

(415) 564-4110
https://noriegafurniture.com/store/
FOOTPRINT
1701 TARAVAL street
Who doesnt love shoes? Believe it or not, we have one
of the best selections for shoes, boots and outdoor gear
right here in the Outer Sunset. With popular and qual-
ity brands, Footprint has footwear for comfort and style
for everyone on your list, including Toms for adults and
children, Birkenstock in a wide variety of styles, and the
North Face and Patagonia outerwear and backpacks.

(415) 664-4353
https://www.footprint27.com/

VERSUS GAME store


1716 TARAVAL streeT
For that gamer in your family (we all have at least one!),
consider giving a collectible card or board game such as
Magic the Gathering or Settlers of Catan. Versus Games
also offers specialty gifts and Tournament events.

(415) 742-0379
http://www.versusgamessf.com/
ROLLING-OUT CAFE
1722 TARAVAL street
On the way out the door to a party and didnt have time
to bake something special? Pick up some of Bruno Tses
delicious creations including croissants, morning buns,
Portuguese egg tarts, and quiches. Rolling-Out Cafe also
carries a gluten-free dairy-free cinnamon roll and a veg-
an sweet potato cinnamon roll. You can also order a va-
riety of baked goods including cakes and pumpkin and
pecan pies. Roll on over to Rolling-Out Caf today!

(415) 513-6054
http://www.rollingoutcafe.com/

GREAT WALL HARDWARE


1821 TARAVAL streeT
Hit the nail on the head with gift giving this year! Vis-
it this family-owned home improvement store for all of
your decorating tools and supplies, and maybe even some
stocking stuffers for the handyperson in your life! Visit
Great Wall Hardware for holiday lights for your tree and
outdoor decorating, Mrs. Meyers home cleaning prod-
ucts, and even your very own Great Wall Hardware
holiday ornament!

(415) 566-1511
http://www.greatwallhardware.com/
andytown roastery
new! 3016 taraval street
Andytown has grown from a corner shop to a San Fran-
cisco hotspot with three locations. Stop by the new Andy-
town Roastery and retail shop at 3016 Taraval Street, the
home of their roasting operation, training lab, and coffee
supply store, where they sell everything from grinders to
greeting cards.

Andytown also invites you to ho-ho-hold on to your


hats for their first ever Winter Wonderland-ytown event
on December 9th from 2pm 8pm at the 3016 Taraval
Street location, where they will turn the roastery into a
holiday market with their talented vendor partners. There
will be seasonal beverages, gifts, and holiday magic for all!

(415) 753-9775
http://www.andytownsf.com/

tunnel records + beach goods


3614 A Taraval street
Throw it back with Tunnel Records. Located two blocks
from Ocean Beach, Tunnel Records has the beachy vibe
down. With vinyl records from just about every catego-
ry of music, you can pick up something for your holiday
party or something just for yourself to relax during this
busy time of year. They also carry many other gift items
including ceramics, jewelry, and more!

(415) 702-6811
https://tunnelrecordssf.com/ new!
art and
art studios
irving street projects
4331 irving street http://www.irvingstreetprojects.org/
A project sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, ISP is an alternative storefront space
displaying experimental solo projects in the visual arts. ISP offers events, workshops, art-
ist talks and more. Beginning November 18, ISP will be displaying an exhibit by Kelley
OLeary. The display will combine both analog research methods and Google Street View
technology to map the Outer Sunset in a way that fuses physical, digital, and psychological
geographies and re-inserts the narratives, emotion and experience that Googles Street
View project can never capture. You can find unique featuring past resident artist work
in their online store.

3 fish studios (415) 242-3474


4541 irving street https://www.3fishstudios.com/
One Fish, Two Fish, Three Fish Studios! 3 Fish Studios is home to the artwork of talented
husband and wife team Eric Rewitzer and Annie Galvin. Paintings by Annie range from
variations of the local 49-mile Drive to one of her series of 365 Annie Doodles. Erics
linocut prints are instant favorites and include images of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridges
as well as infamous giants such as Godzilla, Mothra, and the California Redwood Tree. A
gift from 3 Fish Studios will last a lifetime!

larry letofsky
1235 47th avenue http://letofskystudio.net/
Working out of his home in the Outer Sunset, Larry Letofsky has emerged as one of
the most talented and celebrated potters in the Bay Area. Describing his work as pot-
tery you can use, Larry produces mostly bowls, mugs, plates and vases in a natural gas
kiln. After a busy year of throwing and firing, he has a huge selection of pottery with
both traditional and unique glazes. The first two weekends in December, Larry will be
holding a sale. Visit him online or make an appointment to visit his Outer Sunset studio.
the great highway gallery
3649 lawton street (415) 680-3891
http://www.thegreathighway.com/
The Great Highway Gallery is a fine art gallery and studio in the Outer Sunset with a mission
to promote the work of a diverse group of artists who seek authenticity and challenge con-
ventional thinking. The gallery offers affordable prints and original art work for purchase
by local artists. Additionally, you can also use their printing services to make your own art-
work using the latest inks and a variety of materials. In their new window gallery they will be
featuring Goner on Holiday, an abstract holiday themed installation by artist Terry Hoff.
Visit their website or stop by their gallery in-person to get a gift for artist in your family!

far out gallery


(415) 463-5537
3004 taraval street http://www.faroutgallery.com/
FOG is a fine art gallery inspired by Ocean Beach and envisioned by the art-
ist Anne Marguerite Herbst. Annes brilliant yet tranquil artwork frequently incor-
porates a blend of vibrant colors and rhythmical arrangements by hand and fin-
gerprints, representing precisely how she brings a part of her persona into each
and every art piece. The gallery is intended to be inclusive and accessible to oth-
er artists to display their work, and to hold film and music events for the public.

georgia hodges http://www.georgiahodges.com/


Outer Sunset resident Georgia Hodges expresses through her art the beauty of adapta-
tion. She looks to express beauty in adaptation and uses materials that are delicate or
bold. She creates ceramic sculptures, paintings and collages, line drawings, and func-
tional ceramics that are available for purchase at The General Store at 4035 Judah Street.
roxanne worthington (415) 661-3036
http://www.roxanneworthington.com/
Roxanne Worthington Photography and Last Avenue Studio offer the opportunity to give
the gift of art in a wide range of sizes, subject matter and prices starting with handmade
desk calendars to one-of-a-kind encaustic photographs on wood. Gift certificates for art
or private photographic tutorials are available to help you give just the right gift. Call for
a no obligation studio visit or for more information.

jag's art studio https://www.flickr.com/photos/jagsart


Consider visiting JAGs Art Studio at the Beach to pick up a unique gift for that surfer
and beach lover in your life. Artist Judi Gorski has an ongoing daily exhibit of about 150
pieces of her handmade artwork, including original paintings, gicle prints, mixed-me-
dia pieces, and mobiles. Judis paintings present the beach life from a beautiful and lively
perspective. You can call Judi and plan a time to visit.
other local gifts
ardemis organizing
http://www.ardemisorganizing.com/

Change your spacechange your life! is


the motto of Ardemis Organizing. Give the
gift of organization to a friend who wants to
get the clutter out of their life before the New
Year! Christina Ardemis, based in the Outer
Sunset, can help organize your kitchen, ga-
rage, pantry, or even create a window display
for your business. Christina helps you move
through your space item by item to create a
harmonious space.
HUNTER'S THREADS
bhoga http://www.huntersthreads.com/
http://bhoga.com/
Hunters Threads is more than just
Bhoga means enjoyment in Sanskrit, and
a childrens clothing business. The
Bhga yoga props will ensure you enjoy your
Scotts, owners of Hunter Threads
yoga practice while feeling balance, flexibili-
and parents to Hunter and Isla, as-
ty and strength. The Bhoga Infinity Block was
pire to create a safe and nurturing
named the Best Yoga Block Ever by SFYog-
environment for children with de-
aMag.com. Give the gift of health and get
velopmental delays. Shop Hunters
the yogi in your life an infinity block, infinity
Threads this holiday season and
chair or a deluxe Bhoga bench set!
your purchase will help fund free
therapy (physical, speech and oc-
cupational therapy) for children in
need. Select from their limited edi-
kathleen kelley artisan tion tees, trucker hats or a variety of
http://kathleenkelleyartisan.com/ childrens clothing.

Kathleen Kelley is a San Francisco Bay Area


professional interior designer and artisan
who creates one-of-a-kind gifts inspired by
nature. Kathleens ability to combine and
compose unique textures, color and materials
is an exploration of elegance. If you are look-
ing for headbands, ornaments, ties, barrettes,
and shoe clips, see Kathleen!
coffe 'n cream press
https://www.coffeencreampress.com/

Not all holiday gifts come in a box some come in an envelope! Straight out of her
home-studio, here in the Sunset, Leah Jachimowicz runs Coffee n Cream Press. On her
website you can find the special card to compliment any gift. You can also get custom
letterhead created to make any event standout. The San Francisco inspired cards are sure
to make any out of town family member jealous.

woody labounty
http://woodylabounty.com/

Carville-by-the-Sea: San Franciscos Streetcar Suburb this book


details the burgeoning beachside community consisting of old San
Francisco streetcars that started in what is now the Outer Sunset
in the 1890s.

lorri ungaretti
https://www.amazon.com/Lorri-Ungaretti/e/B001ITXOW8

Stories in the Sand: San Franciscos Sunset District, 1847 1964


the history of one of San Franciscos largest and least document-
ed neighborhoods by Lorri Ungaretti. This is a perfect gift for the
history buff or Sunset enthusiast in your family.

Legendary Locals of the Richmond, Sunset, and Golden Gate Park


also written by Lorri Ungaretti. This book explores notable San
Franciscans such as William Hammond Hall and John McLaren,
as well as others who contributed to the growth of the Richmond
and Sunset Districts.
-good tidings to all-
The Outer Sunset is a tremendous community with so many people that come together to make our
neighborhood great. One of the best parts of the Outer Sunset are the places our residents and families
can go to get a helping hand. Whether it is homework help after school, fresh produce, or a free meal,
we have so many organizations that are deserving of your donation this holiday season. Consider donat-
ing to one of the following:

Childrens Book Project

Edgewood Center for Children & Families

Far Out West Dune Community Garden

Hunters Threads

Playland at 43rd Avenue

Self-Help for the Elderly

Sunset Youth Services

Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center

Or donate to a local school of your choice!


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happy holidays
from the office
of supervisor katy tang