SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 2015. 2-5 PM.
53 MAIN STREET, SUTTER CREEK
SUTTER CREEK CALIFORNIA. River Reflections showcases the works of 50 artists, inspired by the Mokelumne River, to bring understanding and appreciation to the source of water for 1.4 million people. River Reflections project is a partnership of Amador and Calaveras Arts Council, Foothill Conservancy and East Bay Municipal Utility District. In addition to performances by other local artists, Meghan Joy OʼKeefe will perform her new original song, “The Mokelumne River.” Her new album, entitled RIVER REFLECTIONS, highlights “life lessons, summer days, childrenʼs play, and The Mokeʼs ancient yet continuous contributions to humanity,” said OʼKeefe.
Meghan Joy OʼKeefe grew up in Amador County and has performed her original music at local venues including The Amador County Fair, AmadorArts Free Concert Series, ACRAʼs New Yearʼs Eve Bash, Farmerʼs Markets, Fundraisers, and on TSPN. Since 1999 OʼKeefe has continuously taught a variety of arts education workshops to private and public schools throughout California and Ohio. RIVER REFLECTIONS consists of Piano, Vocals, and two songs written in collaboration with three of OʼKeefeʼs workshop attendees. This will be OʼKeefeʼs second independent album release. The covers are 100% biodegradable, hand-folded, and hand-labeled. RIVER REFLECTIONS, by Meghan Joy OʼKeefe, will be for sale at all River Reflections Artist Receptions and additionally at Rosebudʼs Cafe, 26 Main Street, Jackson CA. 30% of profits will go to AmadorArts.