About the Lodi Street Faire
The Lodi Street Faire is a Lodi District Chamber of Commerce sponsored event held twice annually - the first Sunday in May and the first Sunday in October. It's from 8am - 4pm.
About 700 vendors participate, selling antiques, arts and crafts, and commercial items. There are also approximately 20 to 25 food vendors who sell everything from hamburgers, hot dogs, sausages, pizza, Philippine and Chinese food, ice cream, soft drinks, and coffee.
The Street Faire takes up a 10-square block area in Downtown Lodi, which can accommodate 25 to 30 thousand people at each event.
About Our Booth
The purpose of our booth will be to increase awareness of SAAF and help people meet some atheists and realize that we aren't that bad.
Our table will have some friendly literature that discusses atheism and Humanism, without insulting those who believe otherwise. We'll also have information about SAAF and other local groups.
Our booth is space #574, located on the corner of Elm and Church, beside the movie theatre. (Just down the block from our spot in previous years.)
If you can attend the table, even if only for an hour, please RSVP. It would be great to have 3-4 people at all times during the day.
Admission and Parking
Admission and local parking is free, so we won't have to worry about anything!
If you get there early, park at the large parking buliding on Sacramento Road and Elm Street (above the World of Wonders Science Musem). Otherwise, your best bet is Hutchins Street Square.
There are dozens of golf carts running around the extended area looking for people to give rides to.