Spady Hosts an Evening of Love and Inspiration


The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum will host its Gift of Art event with Pyramid Books, featuring New York Times best selling author of erotic fiction novels, editor, producer, and actress, Zane. A romantic ambiance will fill the surroundings of the Spady Museum as it invites guests to share their personal experiences of love and inspiration. Author Zane will be present at the event for live readings of her work and book signings. Gift of Art will take place on the grounds of the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum on August 12, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Admission to the evening event will be $20.00 per person or $35.00 per couple. Spady Cultural Heritage Museum encourages attendees to participate in the occasion by inviting their own guests in order to take advantage of the couples discounted ticket price and enjoy a night of sophisticated romance with their loved ones. Wine, sweets and light hors d’oeuvres will be available for attendees. Best known for her novel Addicted, Zane will be attending the event and will be available for conversation and photo opportunities. Zane will give partial readings of her work as well engage in a signing of her new book, “The Other Side of the Pillow.” She will also be promoting her new movie Addicted, derived from her novel of the same title. The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum will also be participating in the Delray summer street festival, On the Ave, on August 21. Spady will offer a presence at the event with displays and an interactive scavenger hunt activity for children to participate along Southwest Fifth Avenue with prizes awarded to winners. The Spady Museum is currently seeking volunteers to assist in planning and implementing this and future events. The Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located at 170 NW Fifth Avenue in the historic West Settlers District of Delray Beach, is dedicated to discovering, collecting and sharing the African-American history and heritage of Florida. Located in the former home of the late Solomon D. Spady, the most prominent African American educator and community leader in Delray Beach from 1922 to 1957, the museum opened in July 2001 and is the only African American Cultural Heritage museum of its kind in Palm Beach County. For more information, please visit