There are a number of, but not many, establishments even now all-around San Francisco that arrived listed here 100 many years in the past way again in 1922. The Castro Theatre just celebrated its 100th birthday previous month, and Marketplace Street’ Golden Gate Theatre experienced its 100th birthday back again in April.
Now gentle 100 candles for a different longtime SF establishment, this 1 in Bernal Heights. St. Kevin Catholic Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary Saturday, July 16 (12 p.m. – 7 p.m.), and will be celebrating outdoor with an International Meals Fest at its Cortland Avenue and Anderson Street site.
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The culinary lineup for this Intercontinental Food items Fest reflects the cultural roots of the church’s assorted congregation. Latin American fare like tacos, enchiladas, and tamales will be served all day. Filipino rice pupusas will be served from 2-5 p.m., as will Pakistan rooster and veggie biryani. From 4-7 p.m. they’ll be serving Irish corned beef with cabbage and potatoes, Filipino adobo with lumpia, and Italian lasagna with zucchini frittata. Foods tickets will be bought on web site.
You will find also a Hula dancing general performance at 3:15 p.m., and Filipino dancing at 4 p.m.
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When St. Kevin’s parish was formed in 1922, its parish background site points out that in those days, its first expert services ended up to start with held in the Cortland Theater at 804 Cortland Avenue (a making that is now Mision Pentecostal Emanuel). “The existing church was created in 1925 in response to a developing Catholic inhabitants produced up of Irish, Italian, German and other European immigrant families,” that background web site states. “Until the terrific San Francisco earthquake of 1906, the spot regarded as Bernal Heights was mostly farmland.”
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Located SF has a few far more vintage pictures of St. Kevin Church throughout the several years.
St. Kevin Catholic Church Centennial Celebration is Saturday, July 16, 12 Midday – 7 p.m., at 704 Cortland Avenue.