• 2nd Annual Craft Fair

    Calling artist to participate in our Craft Fair. If you are interested follow this link this link. Space is limited.

    Join us for La Peña’s Holiday Craft Fair
    Sunday, December 7, 2014 10 am – 4 pm.

    Craft Fair Vendor Application deadline is November 14, 2014.



     Joshua WaltersJW2
    Joshua Walters
    Sammy Obied
    Spencer Honeyman
    Daniel Riera


    November 22 @ 7:30 pm

    Premium Seating $45.00
    General $10 (until 11/15)
    General $12 (11/15-11/21)
    General $14 (on 11/22, before show)

    $20 at the door on the day of the show



    What if everyone in the world stopped using technology for one day?


    the Joshua Walters presents…


    With the rate of technological advance, the world is becoming a faster, a more connected, and a more chaotic place. We are at a pinnacle moment in human history in which we can know everything and have our voices felt everywhere, but at what cost? What if everyone in the world stopped using technology for one day? To feel the effect on our minds, emotions, and connection to the divine: UNPLUG!

    As part of the event, we are going to ask people mask their cell phone usage with an individual unplug bag. Use your phone for one last Instagram picture, and then ditch the technology for the rest of the night!

    Watch Dr. Jaw says: UnPlug

    About Joshua Walters:

    Joshua Walters of Madhouse Rhythm, (((JawVox))), and soon to be UnPlug, is a performer who explores language, creativity, beatboxing and madness. His solo shows are a mash-up of comedy, intimate reflection and unpredictable antics. He is a regular contributor to Snap Judgment, a weekly storytelling radio show on NPR with TV broadcasts on PBS. Walters was one of three speakers selected from a pool of 600 applicants to perform a TED Talk, titled On Being Crazy Enough, exploring the Bipolar Spectrum.

    Walters’ first full length solo play,Madhouse Rhythm, debuted to critical acclaim in 2008. Madhouse Rhythm is an autobiographical collage of traditional theater, spoken word, and beatbox (the art of vocal percussion). This show has had a great impact in the theater and mental health community and is now included as part of the Performance and Disability Studies curriculum at UC Berkeley. Walters’ second solo performance (((JawVox))) premiered in San Francisco in 2010, portraying an alien’s last hour on earth. The San Francisco Chronicle hailed this sci-fi exploration of human values as, “a warped reflection of our very real foibles, in the funniest possible way.”

    His eclectic combination of performance disciplines and activity as an educator in mental health has given Walters a national platform and audience. Walters is a National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) State Speaker and in 2002, he co-founded the Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Young Adults Chapter in San Francisco, one of the few support groups specifically for mentally ill young adults in the country. Walters speaks as a mental health educator and has engaged in mental health advocacy at conventions and in classrooms nation-wide. As a facilitator, Walters uses humor to address the often dark subject of mental illness, re-framing it as a positive.

    Also joining UnPlug!:

    Sammy Obied:
    Lebanese-Palestinian-Syrian-Italian-American, born in Oakland, California, Sammy Obeid is best known for his 1,001 day streak of consecutive comedy performances. It began on December 26th, 2010, and concluded on September 21st, 2013– four days after an appearance on TBS’s Conan. Breaking the old world record on Day 731, Sammy set the new one at 1,001 Arabian Nights of Comedy.Over the course of the streak, he appeared on NBC’s America’s Got Talent and advanced to the Las Vegas round, and became the first comedian to perform on The Food Network. He was profiled in TIME Magazine, followed soon after by an article in the New York Times. His Album, Get Funny or Die Trying, was named a Best Comedy Album of 2013 by iTunes. Not slowed, Sammy has now embarked on a national college tour performing for hundreds of students a week.

    Spencer Honeyman

    Spencer is passionate about creating spaces where people feel balanced, alive, and connected to a bigger picture. He is guided by the jazz creativity expressed in nature and wishes to bring this freshness in a modern way into our human spaces. He is a graduate of Pomona College’s Environmental Analysis program where he studied neuroscience, environmental design, and art.After finishing undergraduate studies in 2008, Spencer entered self-study of Integral Theory, consciousness, and body energetics, studying under Thomas Huebl, and practicing Shadow Yoga in Berkeley. He brings a grounded access to subtle energy and is able to help clients visualize key functions of a project and address systemic problems. He is also a strong leader and facilitator, able to communicate between different moving parts of a project including owners, consultants, designers, builders, and artists. Spencer oversees landscape installation and collaborates with builders in interior and architectural projects.

    When not working with Revive, Spencer can be found making music and exploring the outdoors with friends.

    Daniel Riera

    San Francisco based flutist, EWI player, bassist, producer, sound designer, composer, session musician, performer and educator.
    Doors 7pm, Show at 7:30