Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Like previous years, we have strived to make the forum accessible by keeping registration prices low and by offering a sliding-scale based on an honor system. If you can afford to register at the regular price, please do so. The People’s Harvest Forum is organized by an all-volunteer team but we do need to cover our costs.

Location

The forum will take place at Eric Quezada Center, 518 Valencia Street in San Francisco. The Sunday night bbq will likely take place at an indoor patio at Centro del Pueblo, 474 Valencia Street.

Getting There

Eric Quezada Center and Centro del Pueblo are easily accessible by BART and Muni. Nearby stops:

BART: 16th and Mission is 0.5 blocks away
Muni lines 14, 33, 49: 16th and Mission is 0.5 blocks away

Biking: The Mission district is relatively safe for people who bike. We can not accommodate bikes within the event space but there is bike parking on Valencia St. Please read the suggested locking techniques of the San Francisco Bike Coalition.

Driving: Street parking might be difficult to find near the event spaces on a weekend, but there is a paying parking lot half a block away at 42 Hoff St.

Food

We will have a vegan bbq on Sunday evening and serve a simple vegan lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Refreshments such as tea, coffee, chocolate, fruit and nuts will be available during the entire event.

There are also a few great vegan restaurants a close walking distance from the event: Indochine (pan-Asian), Cha Ya (healthy, traditional Japanese), and Shizen (creative, upscale Japanese).

Please bring a reusable water bottle to help us limit waste.

We are looking for volunteers to help with food prep and pickup, please contact us if you’re available.

Lodging

If you are from out of town, we may be able to help you find a host. Email us with the dates you will be in San Francisco, the number of people traveling and any other information your hosts should know.

Scholarships

We have a small number of available scholarships for low-income folks from Northern California. This covers the entrance fee to the forum, your transportation costs for getting there (only within Northern California), and an arranged homestay if desired.

If you would like to attend the People’s Harvest Forum and the lower end of the sliding scale is too high for you, please send us a short email explaining how the People’s Harvest Forum relates to your work or interests, the reason for your financial need, and an estimation of your transportation costs.