Get ready to see some of Paducah’s finest talent at the next S.H.E. event - An Artistic Happening that will take place at The Yeiser Art Center, located at 200 Broadway in Paducah. Join spoken word master, Samuel “Snacks” Hawkins; songstress Amanda Joyce; The NIA dancers; The Donaldson Twins; Blues extraordinaire, Ms. Johnnie Smith from Holly Springs, Mississippi; visual artist Crystal Brown from Nashville, Tennessee, and so much more!
The event is organized by Project Speak Life (PSL) and will be held on Saturday, February 23 from 6 - 9 pm. Organizers are excited to bring to our community a story that Speaks, Heals, and Exhales words and expressions that will empower and invigorate your soul! Tickets are just $15 at the door.
PSL’s newly formed performing arts division has organized this S.H.E. Artistic Happenings event - designed to celebrate the art of woman. PSL Performing Arts creates, consults, and promotes artistic events that encourage love for all humanity.
“We are a for-profit entity at the moment, however, we contribute a great portion of our proceeds to local charitable organizations who are making a difference in the lives of others,” Dorothea Manly-Davis told me. “A portion of the proceeds from our February 23rd event will go to the Starfish Orphanage Ministry. The remainder of the funds raised cover production costs and are reinvested into the next event.”
Project Speak Life
Project Speak Life is an organization designed to empower and encourage, both adults and children, through purpose discovery classes, motivational speaking, and multimedia performing arts events.
Their purpose discovery classes are conducted mainly with adults 18 plus. The emphasis is on personal fulfillment as they believe that everyone is designed with a predetermined purpose that will contribute to good of all humanity. Their motivational speakers are ready to do just that.
To learn more about Project Speak Life, please like and follow them on social media - facebook.com/ProjectSpeakLife365/.