Berkeley Stories is a quarterly speaker series featuring the extraordinary ordinary people all around us. These are the people that make Berkeley the unique place it is and who have touched our lives in so many ways!
Best known for Woodstock, Wavy Gravy is a Berkeley icon, flower geezer, poet, activist, retired ice cream flavor, philanthropist, and clown.
Wavy has been called the “Clown Prince of the Counter-culture” by Entertainment Weekly, “A saint in a clown suit” by Bob Weir, and “The illegitimate son of Harpo Marx and Mother Teresa,” by Paul Krassner.
Now in his 80's, this iconic figure from the 60's refers to himself as a 'Temple of Accumulated Error,' yet he’s always ready with a twinkling insight, a fantastic story and a helping hand.
And about those stories, Ram Dass once said, “Everything Wavy says is true, although it’s all unbelievable.”
Come hear his story!
Please call 510-981-6250 to register for event