LaFontaine Arts Council Announces “Fashions for the Arts” Speaker
The LaFontaine Arts Council’s fall fundraiser, “Fashions for the Arts,” will be held on Saturday, November 4 at the Historic Forks of the Wabash. A social hour will begin at 11 am. The event also features a luncheon, silent auction, and a fashion show with local models wearing clothes from The North End Boutique in Roanoke.
In addition, an annual Arts Advocate is chosen to speak about the importance of the arts, especially as they relate to children. Lisa Loza is this year’s Arts Advocate.
Loza is a vocalist who began performing solos in church at the age of four, continued as a member of the church choir in her teens, and carried her love of music to high school as part of an award-winning show choir. In her young adult years, Loza was the lead singer with several local music groups and continued to develop her skills. This led her to sing and travel with the Fort Wayne-based group Urban Legend. Today Loza is still singing and teaching voice lessons to several students, including her daughter Hadlee.
All proceeds from this event go toward the LaFontaine Arts Council’s “Arts in Education” programming, which brings quality arts-related experiences to all students in Huntington County. More information about the LAC can be found at www.lafontaineartscouncil.org or on the LAC Facebook page.
All proceeds from the event go toward the Lafontaine Arts Council’s “Arts in Education programming, which brings quality arts-related experiences to all students in Huntington County. More information about the LAC can be found on the Lafontaine Arts Council’s Facebook page or at the website: www.lafontaineartscouncil.org