Cultural Event In Little Haiti Tonight, June 19 2010

There is a Haitian cultural event taking place at the in Miami FL this evening to benefit a very special cultural center that collapsed in Haiti during the earthquake.

The Pye Poudre Cultural Center (Centre Culturel Pyepoudre) was founded by Haitian artist Paula Pean in the 1980's in Haiti with a mission to help young Haitians open their eyes and appreciate the cultural aspect of their country.

Unfortunately, the Pye Poudre Cultural Center collapsed during the January 12 Haiti earthquake.

You can help to rebuild it. Let me tell you how...

Tonight, Saturday, June 19, 2010, Haitian diva Carole Demesmin and his Nonprofit organization, United Haitian Artists Inc. (UHA) are putting together an event nicknamed "" in order to raise money to rebuild this cultural center that has been of service to Haitian kids in Haiti for more than 20 years.

For full details about the event, click on

The event starts at 7:00 PM and many Haitian artists and poets will be there to entertain you.

There will also be a book signing sale for Paula Pean's new book "Chaque Malice a son Bouqui / Chak Malis Gen Bouki Pa-l"

Among the Haitian artist who will be there are: Jilianne Theodore, Paula Pean, , and .

If you live in South Florida and you are looking for something to do this afternoon, drop by and give your contribution.

The is a beautiful place and the event is for good cause.

For full address, contact info, and more details about the event, click on

See you there.

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