On Saturday, March 27, 2021, the Lower Haight Merchants & Neighbors Association organized a “Neighborhood Pop Up“. It was a series of art, music, and community pop up activities along Waller, Haight, and Page Streets in the Lower Haight. It was LoHaMNA’s first ever “socially distant” event, due to Covid-19, and the first event organized since the end of 2019.
We want to give a big thank you to all the artists, sponsors, musicians, businesses, neighbors, and people who came out to support! This event’s sole purpose was to beautify the Lower Haight and bring the community together for a positive purpose.
What We Accomplished:
- Installed a permanent Little Free Library @ Waller & Steiner.
- Painted (5) long-term murals at local businesses and public spaces.
- Built and installed (7) planter boxes along Page Street, at the intersections of Scott to Fillmore Streets.
Look out for more events later in 2021! For daily updates, check us out on Instagram.
Artist: Todd Kurnat | Location: Nickie’s Bar
Artist: Britt Henze | Location: Popular Market Wall
Artist: Danielle Bellantonio | Location: Kibatsu
Artist: Luinova | Location: Haight & Webster
Little Free Library | Location: Waller & Steiner
Planter Box Rally | Page Street (Scott to Fillmore Street)