Roland Comtois to share Channeled Messages at Stadium Theatre in Woonsocket on November 7
WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND – (October, 2010) For the third consecutive year, Roland Comtois will be the featured speaker at the annual Nick O’Neill fundraising event, held in memory of the lives that were lost in the Station nightclub fire in 2003. The two-hour event is being held at the historic 1920s-era Stadium Theatre at Monument Square, 329 Main Street in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, on November 7 from 2 PM to 4 PM. Proceeds will benefit the Nick O’Neill – Encore Repertory Scholarship Fund sponsored by The Stadium Theatre Foundation, Inc.
Inspirational author Roland Comtois will share messages from the hereafter with attendees, five of whom will have the opportunity to win a free 30-minute private session with him. A best-selling speaker, Roland regales his audiences with divinely inspired communiqués that are life changing and life affirming. He is the author of And Then There Was Heaven: A Journey of Hope and Love and the soon-to-be-published, The Purple Papers… and the Stories Behind Them, documenting the power of eternal love. His belief in spiritual communications lies at the heart of his poignant presentations.
“I know without a doubt that love continues beyond life as we know,” says Roland. “But I am not here to convince others that there is another side, that heaven is real. I am simply heaven the messenger who has the honor of giving people hope and affirmation that their love for one another lives on for eternity. Above all else, the love remains.”
In his role as a channel, Roland delivers messages from the hereafter that are intensely personal, often incredible. Many he has pre-recorded on his trademark purple sheets of paper that are dated, documented and delivered with uncanny accuracy to the ones who need them most.
“The important thing to remember in the midst of the sorrow,” he says, “is that what I do, what I bring to people, is not about death. It’s about living and moving forward with hope.”
Roland Comtois and Dave Kane plan to fill the Stadium with hope on November 7 from 2 PM to 4 PM. Tickets for the event are $26 for Orchestra Seating and $51 for Meet and Greet Rows A & B. Roland will be donating five private personal 30-minute sessions at the end of the event; persons must be present to win. For tickets, call the Stadium Theatre at 401.762.4545 or visit www.stadiumtheatre.com
For more information about Roland Comtois and his schedule of events, visit www.rolandcomtois.net
To schedule an interview with Roland Comtois, call Cindy Clarke at 203.454.4230.
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