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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Fabric8's Nog-In Showcases a Holiday Drink

Posted By on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 10:05 AM

click to enlarge Last year's Nog-In defending champ. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Last year's Nog-In defending champ.

Fabric8's Fourth Annual Nog-In

Where: Fabric8, 3318 22nd St. (at Valencia), 647-5888

When: Sun., Dec. 16, 6-8 p.m.

Cost: Free

The rundown: The yearly Nog-In competition demonstrates that the best egg nog doesn't always have egg in it, nor does it have to have alcohol. All varieties with or without dairy or booze are welcomed in this friendly and casual competition, which is decided by public vote.

See Also:

- Farewell, Fabric8: Mission Art Gallery Rebrands in 2013

- Best Parklet With Video Games: Fabric8

Adrienne Franko and Sarah Carswell Franko will attempt to defend their 2011 title and take home another handmade egg-shaped trophy. Last year's champion was called "Mama Said Nog You Out."

Fabric8 is also currently showing "A Plethora of Enchanted Delights," a final group art show before the gallery changes its name and feel sometime in 2013. The new public parklet out front (the gallery's second) was also just unveiled last weekend and is now available for intense beanbag lounging. So this is a chance not only to feel festive but to say goodbye to the current incarnation of the space and welcome the changes that are about to come.

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