Cop A Cool Cactus At Reliquary's Plant-Friendly Weekend Fete

A trip to color-soaked shop Reliquary is sort of like taking a mini-vacation. The space is packed with worldly trinkets, threads, and artifacts. From its cultivated clothes and eccentric accessories to owner Leah Bershad’s enviable ensembles, we’re convinced it's a shopping sanctuary. And this weekend the Hayes Valley hideout is celebrating the sun and sand with its first-ever cactus adoption event.
This Saturday, Reliquary will be teaming up with Temescal outpost Crimson Horticultural Rarities by offering an oasis for cacti big and small. Curious customers and plant-friendly patrons can stop by the shop and pick up their very own cactus in handmade pots by Object and Totem! Plus, between thirst-quenching sips of free cactus lemonade you can, and should, totally slip in some shopping. We promise this funky, fun event isn’t a mirage. See you there!
When: Saturday, July 21, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Reliquary, 527 Octavia Street (between Hayes and Grove streets); 415-431-4000.
Photo: Via Crimson Horticultural Rarities

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