PAL Presents Hearts 4 The Arts Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon April 4

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
The sixth annual Hearts 4 the Arts Spring Fashion Show & Luncheon fundraiser, presented by Chattanooga’s Performing Arts League and held at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club, 1511 Riverview Road at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 4, will feature fashions from K Boutique by Katherine, MILK and Abby Lane, modeled by some of Chattanooga’s women. Kim Coulter will serve as MC. The Baubles Boutique and entertainment will round out this event.

"PAL is thrilled to offer guests the distinctive opportunity to enjoy performances representing three areas of the performing arts," organizers said.
"We welcome Mr. Thomas West, originally from Chattanooga, who was a PAL vocal competition winner and scholarship recipient. He went on to graduate from Juilliard and is a renown baritone. Mr. West returns as a professional singer to his hometown, to perform with the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera in April. Described as a 'miraculous…nuanced singer…creative artist,' we are delighted that Mr. West will perform at the Hearts 4 the Arts Fashion Show & Luncheon. Outstanding local performer Anne-Marie Ford, cellist and exquisite dancers from Ballet Tennessee will also delight you with their talents. 

"Your attendance on Thursday, April 4 will further PAL’s good work in providing grants, scholarships and programs for deserving local youth, such as those mentioned. All proceeds will contribute to the support of students pursuing the performing arts and the organizations that train and support them."

Individual tickets are $65 (of which $40 is tax deductible) and include a lunch, fashion show, entertainment, Baubles Boutique and free valet parking at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. Credit card ticket purchases may be made through March 29 via www.palchattanooga.org. Alternately, checks may be mailed to Performing Arts League, Inc., P.O. Box 4389, Chattanooga, Tn. 37405, to be received by the RSVP deadline, March 29. Receipt of your check is your confirmed reservation. Requests for group seating must be made at the time of reservation by providing the name of everyone with whom you prefer to be seated, along with the total number in your party. 

For table sponsorships, contact Julia Sanford at juliagsanford@msn.com. For additional information please visit https://www.palchattanooga.org or search ‘Performing Arts League’ via Facebook.com.

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