San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
FlipSide, DogBFF, and Fair Vodka present:
DogGone History at the Old Mint
Grab your favorite pooch and join FlipSide at the Historic 1874 Old Mint for an evening of dogs, drinks, dancing, and history!
San Franciscans have always loved their dogs. So bring yours to the Old Mint and see how canines fit into our city's history.
-Drinks available by Fair Vodka
-Presentations by Emperor Norton, Presidio Pet Cemetery and demonstrations by SFPD K9s & the SFFD Urban Search/Rescue K9 unit
-Musical stylings provided by the paws-itively awesome DJ siLLy KiD
-Hot Dogs for humans and pups available from Let’s Be Frank
-Delicious BBQ provided by BOMBZIES
-Exhibits by The Presidio of San Francisco National Park, Guardians of the City Museum, and more!
Bring a donation of towels, blankets, or newspapers to be distributed amongst local shelters and receive extra canine karma for your support of homeless pets!!
All proceeds from this non-profit event, hosted by FlipSide, benefit the Old Mint Museum Project and San Francisco Museum and Historical Society. FlipSide’s mission is to help create San Francisco’s first history museum in the third oldest building in SF, the 1874 Old Mint.
Note: All animals must be leashed. Please make sure your dog plays well with others. Drunk & disorderly canines or people will be asked to leave.
*By ordering tickets I have agreed to the following waiver.
When & Where
FlipSide, a part of The San Francisco Museum and Historical Society, was founded to engage a younger generation of San Francisco history enthusiasts. Through awareness, the ultimate goal is to help foster the creation and ongoing operation of a world class museum in San Francisco’s Old Mint. This National Historic Landmark at Fifth and Mission Streets will be transformed into the San Francisco Museum at the Mint where visitors can experience the stories that shaped San Francisco through state-of-the-art interactive exhibits. All FlipSide events benefit the museum project and include exclusive parties at The Old Mint, Historic Bar Crawls, Lectures, etc.