August 17th, 2005

red hot femmonade stand

this weekend, for one day only, witness as some of the finest femmes this city has to offer slap on their best 50s housewife drag and present you with their very own version of the lemonade stand: femmonade.

just one dollar gets you a cup of the sauciest lemonade dolores park has to offer. five dollars and a smile might get you the wet t-shirt show. and yes, photo-documentation has been arranged for you wussies too far across the country to nab your own cup of (made from concentrate) femmonade. you'll be there if you know what's good for you.

who: postmaudlin, agenthandy, snallison, and wookiepocket
what: femmonade
where: dolores park, san francisco
when: this sunday the 21st, from 1pm until we get arrested
why: come for the lemonade, stay to carry our stuff back to our cars for us



* all proceeds go towards the purchase of cheap dime store cosmetics.
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