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Lisa Congdon Launch Party; Urban Air Market's Fashion Revolution; Sarah Richardson Trunk Show; More!

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ALAMO SQUARE—This Thursday, April 24, quirky boutique Rare Device is hosting a launch party for artist Lisa Congdon's new book, Whatever You Are, Be A Good One. Stop by the store (600 Divisadero Street, San Francisco) for a copy of the book and a glass of wine. [Hoodline]

SOMA—Urban Air Market has teamed up with Fashion Revolution Day for an shopping event to raise awareness of garment factory negligence and promote change in the garment industry. This outdoor and sustainable event will take place this Thursday, April 24, at the SoMa StrEAT Food Park (428 11th St, San Francisco). Shop, meet local makers, and enjoy sample bites from food vendors. Get more information here. [Racked Inbox]

SAN FRANCISCO—Jewelry designer Sarah Richardson has three upcoming trunk shows at the three Gallery of Jewels locations. This Thursday, April 24, Richardson will be showing her collection at the Pacific Heights location (2115 Fillmore St, San Francisco) from 12 to 8pm. On Friday, the trunk show will be at 4084 24th Street from 12 to 8pm, and on Saturday, at 427 Post Street from 11am to 7pm. Stop by to browse the collection, or call to make an appointment with Richardson herself. [Racked Inbox]

HAYES VALLEY—It's been done more recently in other neighborhoods, but Hayes Valley hasn't hosted an Art Walk in nearly 20 years. The Art Walk returns to Hayes Valley this Friday, April 25, from 6 to 8pm. Local businesses will showcase works by local artists, with most stores also offering food, drink, and live music. Find a list of participating venues here. [Hoodline]—Darcy Boynton

Rare Device

600 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA