We had a blast at Clay Import’s Casa fundraiser on April 9th! It was a night of comedy, music, poetry, story telling, and so much inspiration. Clay Imports decided to throw Casa a fundraiser when they heard about our efforts, and we are so pleased that they did. Casa Director, Jennifer Long, even made a short speech at the event to thank everyone for coming out and sharing some knowledge about Casa. There were magical musical acts from around the world performing at Clay Import’s event, and we couldn’t help but sway to the music amidst the wonderful atmosphere and cheerful party attendees. There was even an auction happening at the back of the store, through which attendees could bid on items donated by local vendors. All in all, it was a truly memorable night. We are so thankful for the kind people at Clay Imports for throwing us such a great fundraiser.
A little about Clay Imports:
“Clay Imports Artesanal has one objective. Provide Talavera tile of true source and craftsmanship from the largest inventory located at our warehouse in Austin, Texas, USA. Color. Durability. Texture. Design and Artistry. You feel the quality of Clay Import Artesanal’s Talavera tile in your hands and see it with your eyes.”
Contributors to the fundraiser and auction:
- Lisa Harrison Ramirez
- Nate Long (Blue Eye Art): http://www.blueeyeart.
- Saracen Provisions https://www.
- Second Chance Custom http://www.
- Generous donation of 100 mini cupcakes from Alissa Turner, who heard about Casa before and wanted to help out by donating their delicious cupcakes!