NPower Services is pleased to announce the inaugural RockAbility Holiday Concert to be held Sat., Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at the new Berkshire High School auditorium. This state-of-the-art facility features a spacious stage, new audio equipment and plenty of seating. RockAbility is an integrated rock band project that invites musicians with developmental disabilities into performance situations. Mentor musicians play alongside musicians with disabilities. Approximately 30 musicians will take the stage to perform both traditional rock and popular music during the first half of the show, followed by an intermission and a set of holiday music. The show is free; donations accepted.
RockAbility Holiday Concert to feature guests and artists
The holiday segment will feature an appearance by Jewish Family Services Association’s YouthAbility, who will lead the audience in a holiday folk song. The RockAbility Holiday Concert will also showcase the artwork of several visual artists with disabilities. Attendees will be able to purchase T-shirts and other items with proceeds benefitting NPower Services’ programs, all of which help local people in the community who have developmental disabilities.
NPower Services Programs
RockAbility – an integrated rock band project that merges special needs musicians and mentors
Geauga Joggers & Walkers – an integrated fitness group that walks and jogs local park trails and neighborhoods
Adaptive CrossFit – an all abilities high-intensity exercise program for special needs adults
Volunteer Integration – helping special needs adults find and succeed in meaningful community contributions
Project:Kindness – a program that aligns self-care and service opportunities with special needs adults who want to live in a kinder world
A full press release with more details about the RockAbility Holiday Concert will be distributed in late October. If you would like to display a poster promoting the event, please contact NPower Services (440-479-1244).
NPower Services thanks the Geauga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Jewish Family Services Association, and all the individual donors and supporters of its programs.