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Music with ZunZun at the Atherton Library

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet, Almanac staff writer, on Jun 18, 2007

From DeAnn Okamura of the Atherton library:

Monday, July 2, 2007 at 4 PM, ZunZun will present the Musical Watershed program for ages 5 and up.

ZunZun is a performing arts group that celebrates the environment and cultures through music. They use a wide variety of instruments during their performance, and together play over 25 instruments. Many of the instruments are of Latin American origin. Their albums have received numerous awards, and their performances are highly acclaimed for their energy and artistic quality.

This program is free and is sponsored by the Friends of the Atherton Library.

The library is located at 2 Dinkelspiel Station Lane in Atherton. Visit our website at www.smcl.org for information on this and other programs. Or call the library at 650-328-2422.

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