Here's a special chance to sketch inside this gracious historic building and learn about our city from displays by more than 60 local history groups. Presentations will be going on in the vault all weekend, including one on the "People of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition" while we're there. (You can sketch people while listening to presentations.)
Admission $5, no one turned away for lack of funds. Read more about the History Expo here (http://sfhistoryexpo.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=8&Itemid=141).
11:00 Meet on the front steps, on the right side (as you face the building.) If you can't find us, text Laurie (415)[masked].
2:30 Meet at the Latte Express, just to the right of the Mint Building, to share sketches and chat. If there isn't enough seating we can sit outside in Mint Plaza. (If you're hungry, the Latte Express has good Vietnamese sandwiches.)
Transit: It's just around the corner from Powell Street Bart, and adjacent to all the buses that run along Market and Mission Streets.
Bike: The Market Street bike lane will get you very close.
Car: There is almost always parking available in the city's Fifth and Mission structure. Rates are reasonable.