Cupcakes and Muffintops 6.0 is coming your way August 3rd in Oakland!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year around here for fat fashion! That’s right, it’s time for Cupcakes and Muffintops 6.0, the fat-friendly, gender-inclusive clothing and bake sale happening Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 from Noon-4pm at The Humanist Hall in Oakland, CA. Come on out for the Bay Area’s biggest fat fashion extravaganza of the year and spend the afternoon in the company of some of the most gorgeously courageous, enthusiastic fat folks around, egging each other on to buy that tight leather vest or try on that bikini. Come sample delicious homemade treats and come in with a reasonable amount of cash, and leave with armloads of new-to-you clothes you can’t wait to wear Presented jointly by Big Moves, friends of NOLOSE, and the Fat Friendly Funders, we’re so proud that this bonanza of fat fashion and fellowship is becoming a Bay Area institution.
Cupcakes & Muffintops V6.0
August 3rd, 2014
411 28th Street, Oakland, CA
$0-$10 suggested door donation, no one turned away for lack of funds
Pricing info: Most clothing $1-7; Some boutique items $10 and up, shopper’s discretion.
We are excited to announce that we will be accepting both cash and credit cards for clothing purchases. The door and bake sale will remain cash only.
Check out our blog for updates and photos of what is coming through the sorting room: http://cupcakesandmuffintops.wordpress.com/
Find the event on Facebook and join it, share it, and invite your friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/1503754816507259/
It’s never too early to clean out your closets for great fat causes! We’re currently accepting donations of gently used clothing for people of all genders, size large and up, up, up! Superfat and masculine-spectrum clothing especially appreciated.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org schedule a donation pickup, volunteer to help at the sale, or sign up to bake some goodies!
Accessibility Information: The entrance to the sale is on 28th Street, through the garden. There is a small parking lot on the side of the garden towards Telegraph Avenue, and we ask that people leave the parking spaces in the lot for people who need closer, more accessible parking. Once in the garden, there is a path down to a ramp on the left; the ramp is the main entrance to the sale and will be festooned accordingly. Inside, we’ll have some armless seats and volunteers on hand to help you shop, carry clothes, etc!
The Humanist Hall has two gender-free bathrooms, one of which is accessible but may have a sink-height issue. The shared dressing room is also gender-free.
A note about the clothing: we put the call out for donations of clean clothes but don’t wash them ourselves, so some may arrive with pet hair, scented detergents, or smoke.