Jerry’s Backyard Bash!
Help us celebrate Jerry’s birthday
and Bird & Beckett’s 20th year!
Saturday, May 11th – 1pm ’til late
Ask at the store for details, directions & the inside dope!
Your host Jerry Ferraz turns 69 today… born May 11, 1950 in San Francisco. He was on the first poetry reading Bird & Beckett ever hosted, back in 1999, on a bill with Dan Richman and Justin Demangles. And he’s been the impresario of our twice-monthly poetry series for 18 years.
Stop in the shop and we’ll give you the address and directions to his place nearby, just across the Bernal Cut — on Mission Street near Highland. The party starts at 1pm, and goes ’til it’s done… but if you’ve got a little energy left in the early evening, you may well want to float back to the bookshop for our 7:30 “jazz club” date with the Scott Amendola/Phillip Greenlief Duo.
At the party, the food and wine are on Jerry; we’ll spring for the beer and soda water. Not a “rent party” for the shop this year, just a celebration of good times. See you there? We hope so!
No charge! You’re our guest!
If you’d like to use the occasion to support the bookshop and its cultural programming, drop by the store anytime & we’ll remind you how it’s done!
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Fits nicely in an invitation envelope for mailing. Fits in a pocket as well.
~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~
$15 and worth every penny
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Jerry Ferraz is a keystone of
the Bird & Beckett cultural edifice, built by you through your decades-long love and support.
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