Ladies, Gentleman, and Unicorns of all ages! Welcome to the Greatest Show in San Francisco!
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence invite you to frolic and “make Mary” in the 3 ring circus that is our 34th Easter Anniversary, starting at 11:00am in Dolores Park on March 31st, 2013!
This year’s theme is “Under the Big Top”, and no-one throws a 3 ring spectacle better than those sacred clowns, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
There will be “chills” (so bring a sweater), “spills” (so bring your wine in a sippy cup), and fun for the young and those who look young thanks to their plastic surgeon.
See the “Bearded Ladies” as the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence host the ever popular Kiddies Easter Egg Hunt at 11am. Gasp in wonder as we parade our annual Easter Bonnet Contestants for your awe and amazement. Swoon in ecstatic reverence as we crown the next Hunky Jesus! Watch as our own Pope Dementia the Last ushers in the Sisters for the communal Blessing in a puff of white smoke (don’t inhale….you might get dizzy).
The Sisters are proud to announce that we will be entertained by the likes of Honey Mahogany, Klown Korps, Bright Side Band, Ethel Merman, Beard Summit, and more, starting at noon!
Bring a blanket, some gnosh, a little Jesus Juice and enjoy The Greatest Show on (our part of the) Earth in celebration of the 34th Anniversary of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
The Kiddies Easter Egg Hunt starts at 11am, and the rest of the show goes till 4pm.
As always, The Sisters most humbly request that you clean up after yourselves, as (most likely) Nun of us are your Mother. If you want extra karma, join us the day before (Saturday, March 30th) from 12-3pm to exorcise those trashy demons and get the parky sparkly clean for Sunday’s party (RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/134898083354091/
). Help keep our park and our city beautiful! It’s what Jesus would do!
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc. Easter in the Park is assisted by SOMArts Cultural Center’s Technical Services Program, which is supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission.
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