Here is this Sunday Locations' information for Burma supporters; please
Morning meet-up place: 1453 Marin Ave,
Albany CA 94706 at 9:00 am
Parade Starting Point: 9:30 a.m. SHARP at the corner of FRESNO AVENUE
and SOLANO AVENUE, Berkeley CA 94707
BADA Booth Location: 1496 Solano Ave; Bet. Curtis and Santa Fe Ave
37th Annual Solano Stroll
Sunday - September 11 2011, 10am - 6pm
(The Solano Stroll is always the second Sunday in September)
Solano Avenue in Berkeley & Albany, CA
Since 1974, The merchants, restaurants,
and professionals, as well as the twin cities of Albany and Berkeley CA,
have hosted the Solano Avenue Stroll, the east bay's largest street
festival! The Solano Avenue Merchants Association invites you to come
and see what makes Solano Avenue such a wonderful place.
Over five hundred vendors, non-profit
organizations, food booths and entertainers!
Participants and the event guests visit
from everywhere throughout California; as well as neighboring states
from Nevada to Maine.
Burma Supporters at Solano Stroll Parade/Booth to spread awareness
Come Raise Awareness about Burma, Join Solano Stroll Parade and Burma
booth (Sunday Sept. 12)
San Francisco Bay Area Burma supporters to join the Solano Avenue Street
fair and the Parade this year again to speared awareness about Burma
and her culture. Come be a part of this wonderful community event and
Burma supporters will join the parade in the mooring and at a
Burma broth (at 1377 Solano Ave; in front of City bank) all day long.
More info on Burma Parade/Booth:
Anil - 510 485 3751 or
(415) 895-BADA for questions/information on joining in /
volunteering at parade and booth.
IMPORTANT TO KNOW:
* Parade begin at 10 AM with about 100 participating groups (Burmese
will be one of them); it usually last about 1 to 1-1/2 hour;
* Parade participants to gather at 8:30 am; no later then 9:00 a.m.
SHARP at the corner of FRESNO AVENUE and SOLANO AVENUE, Berkeley CA
* Look for people with Burmese dresses and drums. Bring sings and
banners and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi photos. All Burma Supporters are
welcome to join in.
Over five hundred vendors, non-profit organizations, food booths and
entertainers! 26 blocks of fun; One mile of Unique Shops, Professional
Services, Restaurant and Specialty Stores.
This alcohol-free event promotes the unique traits of Solano Avenue,
helping local businesses, local artists, and community organizations to
thrive. The Stroll solidifies community spirit, neighbors find old
friends, and families enjoy an afternoon in the sun.
DRESSES, SIGNS AND BANNERS
1. Please wear your national dress to celebrate our culture
2. We will have flags, banners and signs for you to carry and help
spread the awareness about situation in Burma
3. We will need some of you to volunteer and carry some banners and
Transportation information for Fair goers