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|Pizza Party FUNdraiser for Clean Water in the East Bay with Harpist Amelia Romano|
|Date||Wednesday June 17|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
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|Jules Thin Crust Pizza, 5804 College Ave, Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood|
|Address||5804 College Ave, Oakland|
The National Forest Foundation presents a musical FUNdraiser event at Jules Thin Crust in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, featuring fantastic harpist and vocalist Amelia Romano of StringQuake. This show will benefit the Mokelumne Watershed Restoration Fund for clean water in the East Bay!
An electric lever harpist, singer/songwriter and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, Amelia Romano's music influences draw from studies of Latin and Folk music in the Bay Area with locally based Paraguayan Latin/Jazz harpist, Carlos Reyes and Venezuelan maestro Angel Tolosa and her year in South Africa working at Ntonga Music School. Her music fuses Latin, Jazz, Folk and world music styles. She is a founding member of two local world music bands, StringQuake and WorldSync. She will have CDs for sale. Check out her music at http://www.ameliaromano.com/
The National Forest Foundation's Moke Fund is an effort to restore and protect the Mokelumne Watershed, which supplies clean water to 90% of East Bay residents. Learn more at https://www.nationalforests.org/who-we-are/regional-offices/california-program/moke
Jules Thin Crust is a fantastic example of how green a small family business can be. Jules hosts a quarterly event with great food and music to benefit the Moke Fund. They offer great pizza with gluten free and vegan options, amazing salads and local beer, wine, and kombucha on tap. Jules will donate 15% of the entire day's proceeds to the Moke Fund on Wednesday June 17th!
Amelia Romano, Harpist/ Singer-songwriter