The IUSB Arts Foundation, in support of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at IU South Bend, will have a festive dinner party from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, June 7, 2014. “Come to the Island of Rhythm and Soul” will be at Dr. Paul McLeod’s home in Granger to celebrate his amazing collection of Caribbean, African, and American artwork.
The evening will include Caribbean cuisine from Noa Noa Wood Grill of Warsaw, along with Caribbean and African influenced entertainment highlighting the talented students and faculty at IU South Bend.
Pull out your island attire and bring your friends to celebrate the flavors of our global community. In addition to the beautiful collection of artwork on display, this fun and relaxing evening will include fabulous food and libations, while putting you in the Island spirit with a steel drummer, salsa and African dance, and an acapella quartet performing traditional African songs.
The evening is presented by the IUSB Arts Foundation in support the outreach programs of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at IU South Bend. The IUSB Arts Foundation is an advisory board to the school with a particular emphasis on educating, entertaining, and involving young people. With your help, the school will increase the depth and reach of its outreach programs throughout the community.
The foundation thanks Indiana Trust & Investment Management Company, Sy and Cheryl Barker, Pam and Bob Beam, Jim and Chris Kelly, Bridget and David Kibbe, Mary Ann and Randolf Rompola, Valerie and Dennis Sabo, and other event underwriters for their generous support.
Tickets for “Come to the Island of Rhythm and Soul” are $75 per person, with a fair market value of $40. Please make you reservation by Monday, May 26. To make a reservation or get additional information please contact Moira Dyczko at firstname.lastname@example.org or 574-520-4561.
“Come to the Island of Rhythm and Soul”
7-10 p.m. Saturday, June 7, 2014
The Home of Dr. Paul McLeod
Tickets $75 per person