Dina Hall to Host Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley Fundraiser
With her workshop, “Finding Your Voice, and Making It Heard,” singer-songwriter, recording artist, graphic artist, entrepreneur, mother, grandmother, wife, and community activist Dina Hall chronicles the journey of a shy introvert who learned how to look within herself for the ability to take on adversity, and strengthen her family and her community.
On Saturday, May 28, Hall will bring her program to Bethlehem’s Charles Brown Ice House.
This musical and visual workshop was originally presented at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education 2016 Annual Women’s Conference at Kutztown University. The program is designed for anyone who appreciates the struggle of the un-entitled and the marginalized, with a particular focus on empowering young women and girls. “Finding Your Voice, and Making it Heard” also challenges mature women who want to make changes in their lives.
Tickets to “Finding Your Voice, and Making It Heard” are $20, and are available to individuals aged 17 and up due to mature subject matter. All proceeds from the workshop will be donated to Turning Point of Lehigh Valley. Get your tickets at this link.