Adult and Kids Karaoke











Let's go while the kids are on Winter Break!

Face painting for the kids!

Now that the kids are out of school, let try some Karaoke at Java Jungle.

This is a cafe located in historic Roseville with a cute jungle theme that serves coffee, food, desserts, beer and wine. It's a great family environment! They even have an area with toddler toys and board games.

Karaoke is entertaining rather you are just watching or signing. Adults can sing with their kids or by themselves or the kids can sing together. It's lots of fun! Hope to see you and your family there!

Feel free to come anytime between 6:30 and 9:00 p.m.!

Should be a great turnout since we will also be meeting with Sacramento Active Single Parents.

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  • Monica - R.

    Had a great time!! loved seeing the kids so empowered to be themselves! And the adult singers were impressive!! Plain fun time

    December 28, 2012

  • Heidi

    Just talked to the owner and he's going to have a lady there to do face paintings. The grilled ham and cheese will be on special for $3.99. We're going to pack this place! We've got 44 with SASP and 12 with Sac Hikers and kids. This is a lot of people all at one time, so please be patient when ordering food and drinks. You may also come earlier then 6:30 to get your seats and food. Should be lots of fun! Start thinking of a good group song we can all do together or we'll be singing YMCA again! lol

    December 26, 2012

  • Susan (Gnesa) C.

    We are REALLY snowed in here in Pollock Pines. Do not expect to even get to Highway 50 until Friday...loving it, though.

    December 26, 2012

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