Please join us Thursday 11/16 - tomorrow night - for “Clean Water for Puerto Rico” by Boricuas in PA.
Helping to get water filters to 20,000 Puerto Ricans. 6:00 PM — 9:00 PM at #ASeedOnDiamond Gallery. (124 Diamond street, at Norris Square Park).
A night of Puerto Rican art, music, coquito, food, good people and liveliness to help get clean water to Puerto Rico! Can't make it out for our event, but want to help? Please do. ¡Gracias! CLICK THE LINK IN OUR PROFILE.
If you've already made a direct contribution to the fundraiser of $20.00, your ticket is covered.
As a way of thanking contributors, those who opt for tickets will be treated to: *An exclusive preview of offerings from Chef Luis Liceaga, the latest chef to join vendors at Philly’s famed Reading Terminal Market. A native of the island, Liceaga comes from culinary royalty—his aunt and kitchen mentor is Carmen Aboy Valldejuli, author of the original Puerto Rican cooking bible, Cocina Criolla. (Philly Mag: http://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2017/10/26/loco-lucho-reading-terminal-market/) *Artwork from an exhibit that brings together 100 Puerto Rican Diaspora Artists. Curated by Puerto Rican artist Adrián Viajero Román, DEFEND PUERTO RICO’s CITICIEN features the historic and present-day impact of the Jones Act—much in the news recently due to its role in slowing Maria relief. *Performer Gabriel "Gabe" Muñoz’s cuatrista music, featuring a special guitar and style native to the Caribbean and Puerto Rico. *Coquito, a traditional Puerto Rican drink, made by artist Alex Rivera (AKA Playful Gorilla).