Welcome to this week's The 411. There's still a lot of assistance needed for the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. There's international, national and locally people are also helping to collect money and supplies. In Kentuckiana many are using their talents to give back.
The 411 has received a lot of events where the proceeds will benefit the people of Haiti. I have posted future events in the entertainment section on WHAS11.com if you would like to support the cause.
After the U of L versus Rutgers men's basketball game make your way over to the post party benefiting the Family and Children's Place. It's the 23rd Annual Caper on Saturday, February 6th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Kentucky Fair and Expo Center in the South Wing. Tickets are only $20 and you get to eat from a variety of restaurants plus live and silent auctions.
For ticket information call 893-3900.
Now, if you have an event you would to have posted on the 411 please send it to the411@whas11.Com
If you like independent films I will have information on a festival that highlights local filmmakers.
I'm Sherlene Shanklin with this week's The 411 for WHAS11 News.
The 411 Calendar
Strandz & Threadz Haiti Relief Fundraiser
Stylist donating a portion of each client served
Author Lisa Williams "Messages From Beyond"
Saturday, January 30th
Tickets $35, $50 and $65.50
For more info call 562-0100
Organist Elisa Bickers in concert
Friday, January 22nd
Cathedral of the Assumption
Comedian Paula Poundstone in concert
Saturday, Jan. 23rd
KY Center Bomhard Theater
Tickets range from $25 to $32
Call 584-7777 for additional information
Soul Vibe Weekend
Jan 22 & 23
JazzyBlu, 815 W. Market Street
Featuring Paula & Blaq Yarborough
Valerie Sullivan Fuchs “Winter Count”
January 21st-February 18th
Indiana University Southeast Barr Gallery 4201 Grant Line Road