In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Huckleberry Youth Programs, we are celebrating the successes of the last 50 years, while also eagerly looking forward to all that is yet to come. Over the next nine months, we plan to bring our donors, clients and community stakeholders along with us on this journey of celebration, commemoration and collaboration. Whether you like to spend your Saturdays relaxing in the park, enjoying live music or exploring one of San Francisco’s most historic neighborhoods, Huckleberry has an event for you!
For those of you who have been with us on this journey for the last 50 years, you may remember our 30th Anniversary Huckleberry Jam, headlined by Big Brother and the Holding Company. Well, we’re back…..with our original headliners and a host of other Bay Area artists, including Rozzi Crane, Krystle Warren and Call Me Ace, for a musical tribute to the young people we served during the Summer of Love and those we continue to support today.
As this is the first major event of our 50th year, the Great American Music Hall will be filled with both long-time Huckleberry supporters and those who are new to the Huckleberry family. All guests will be treated to an evening of great live music, dancing, light hors d'oeuvres and wine, all for a great cause. We are also thrilled to have the opportunity to honor David E. Smith, MD, Founder, Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic and a partner & supporter of Huckleberry Youth Programs from the very beginning. Our Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening will be Rosalie Howarth, Producer & Host of KFOG's Acoustic Sunrise on Sunday mornings.
Doors will open for our VIP Meet & Greet @ 7:00 pm, General Admission @ 8:00 pm.
Please visit our website, www.huckleberryyouthprograms.org, to learn more about the history of Huckleberry Youth Programs and all of our other upcoming events.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Anike Coates directly with questions or to arrange payment for VIP Packages priced $1250 and above - email@example.com or 415-668-2622, x223.