Songs on the Water: A Musical Showcase in Support of ACT

par ACT-AUTISM COMMUNITY TRAINING SOCIETY

  • mardi, 04 juin 2019 de 6:00 Après-midi à 10:00 Après-midi (HAP)
  • 450 Stanley Park Dr Vancouver Rowing Club, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

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Admission for one person to Songs on the Water

50,00 $
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Aperçu

Join us in welcoming Summer 2019 at the Vancouver Rowing Club with a very special evening of music, food, and friendship in support ACT – Autism Community Training. The evening will feature performances from prominent Canadian singer-songwriters including: Melanie Dekker, Yvonne McSkimming, and Mark James Fortin. Dinner will feature barbequed delights – in keeping with the celebration of summer.

Event proceeds will support ACT’s free online resources. ACT’s Online Resources Guide can be downloaded from www.actcommunity.ca.

Détails

June 4th is an opportunity for the autism community and its friends to join with us for a fabulous evening in support of ACT's free online resources.

ACT thanks the Synergy Collective Societya community-based organization that blends art with social responsibility to support and create cooperative community programming. Each month they partner with variety of charities to build integrated partnerships between local charities, businesses and artisans.

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Jours pour acheter

42

450 Stanley Park Dr
Vancouver Rowing Club, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

4 juin 2019
mardi, 4 juin 2019 6:00 Après-midi (HAP)

Bénévole

ACT is looking for volunteers to help serve meals. Experience is a bonus!

Email info@actcommunity.ca for details.


Organisateur

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ACT - Autism Community Training
204 - 2375 E Hastings St
Vancouver , BC
V5K 1Z8

À propos de cet organisme

ACT – Autism Community Training is British Columbia’s leading provider of free, evidence-informed information resources for those affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related special needs. A Vancouver-based, not-for-profit society, ACT also provides cost-effective parent and professional training at Simon Fraser University, and, via live web streaming, across BC and internationally.