Join us on April 11th at the River Garden and Latchis Theatre for a free family-friendly event to promote Autism awareness for the Brattleboro Area Community!
The BLUE Project will feature an assortment of free activities designed for children and teens with Autism and their families including: a Vermont Wildlife display from the Vermont Museum, Performances by Tom Chapin and The New England Youth Group, face painting, arts and crafts, and more…
Registration begins at 11:00 am. Families can participate in hands-on activities and tour educational vendors from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. The New England Youth Theatre will perform at 12:30 pm and a sensory friendly concert by Grammy-award winning Tom Chapin will be held at 1:00 pm at The Latchis Theatre.
Tom Chapin - A Sensory Friendly Concert
Join us at The Latchis Theatre at 1:00 pm for a Sensory Friendly Concert by Tom Chapin, a Grammy Award-winning American musician, entertainer, singer-songwriter and storyteller. Register at The River Garden from 11-12:30 am to receive your free tickets to the show! This concert is for all ages and ability levels, but address the unique needs of those who experience sensory overload at traditional concerts. An environment is created where children on the Autism Spectrum or with learning disabilities can feel at ease and fit in. The volume is turned down, the lights are turned up, and standing and dancing are encouraged.
For more information, please contact Michelle Emery at email@example.com