Join us for board games and sweet treats on the first Friday of each month. All ages! Bring a treat to share!
All high school youth welcome! Open to 9th-12th graders (or 8th graders who have completed OWL.)
Originally from England, Paul began his revolutionary musical life as a silent hermit monk! A smuggled tape of Bob Dylan’s, ‘Times They Are A-changin’’ inspired him to make a guitar from a retired toilet seat and to start singing protest songs. Booted out of the monastery, perhaps unsurprisingly, he soon found himself protesting nuclear weapons at the Queen’s private home at Balmoral Castle; defending Salvadoran exiles attacked by death squads in Los Angeles; helping reclaim the stadium where Victor Jara was murdered; translating the great Chilean's wonderful songs into singable English; even holding candelabras for Isabel Allende! Now married in his beloved Nicaragua, he digs eco-drains, supports his wife, Fátima Hernández, in her pro bono educational and health work in La Primavera, the marginalised barrio where they live, coordinates projects, writes news and songs about Starbucks and other dictators. Paul offers inspiring songs, both original and from the Americas and Europe in English and Spanish.
Donations will be accepted for Nags N Nippers (bringing abused street children and abused ponies together in tenderness on an eco farm).
Suggested donation $5-$10, or whatever you can spare.