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September 9, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm MDT$25
To Benefit A Positive Note (APN) and The Resource Exchange (TRE), two organizations dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with intellectual and development disabilities.
- Wednesday, September 9 from 6:30-8:30pm at The Mezzanine
- Tickets $25 include one drink and appetizers
- Tickets available at csconservatory.org
- Gifts are welcome at https://coloradospringsconservatory.org/donations/
- Live music from Jorden Smith, APN students and popular regional musicians
A Positive Note (APN) and The Resource Exchange (TRE) will partner for the second in a series of concerts to benefit people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Aptly named “True Colors,” the event is slated for Wednesday, September 9 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at The Mezzanine (Alley entrance behind 20 N. Tejon Street). The evening will feature performances by APN Creative Director Jorden Smith, APN students, and popular regional musicians. Appetizers and one drink are included in the $25 ticket price available online at csconservatory.org.
Gifts are welcome at https://coloradospringsconservatory.org/donations/
About A Positive Note for Students with Disabilities
Enroll Now for the Fall 2015 Session by calling 719-5 77-4556
Saturdays, September 19 – November 14
“Many tears of joy were shed by parents as we witnessed our children participating in these amazing musical achievements.” — APN Parent
“I’m in a band.” — APN Student
Now in it’s 4th year, A Positive Note (APN) is the Colorado Springs Conservatory research-based, music-making program for students with a wide range of disabilities including traumatic brain injury, autistic spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy and Downsyndrome. Participants ages 12 through young adult have the opportunity to:
- Explore music in an accessible, joyful way under the guidance of a specialized, nurturing faculty
- Learn to play an instrument
- Experience the fun and camaraderie of playing in a group
- Build a sense of accomplishment, self-worth, and cognitive and social involvement
Our measure of success is when students enjoy the process regardless of skill level, and share that joy with others, enhancing the quality of their lives, their loved ones, and the community in which they live.
About The Resource Exchange
More at tre.org
It is our honor and privilege to serve 3,500 children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families, through a range of fully customizable service lines. Our mission, to build independence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is simple, but elegant and profound. It is our guidepost as we seek to innovate, to create contemporary services through social entrepreneurship and an unwavering commitment to the people we serve. We are supported by 200 extraordinarily talented staff, by hundreds of our strategic partners throughout our community, Colorado, the US and the world, and by our increasing corps of social impact investors.