RHYTHM PROJECT TO PERFORM FREE CONCERT AT ST. MARY’S HOME FOR DISABLED CHILDREN

 

RHYTHM PROJECT TO PERFORM FREE CONCERT AT ST. MARY’S HOME FOR DISABLED CHILDREN

Also, see new additions to the Home and check out antique car display   

WHAT       The Rhythm Project world percussion and dance ensemble, the primary community program of the Virginia Arts Festival, will perform a free, public concert at St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children. Afterward, enjoy refreshments as several new additions — including a library, mermaid statue and koi pond —  to the Home are dedicated, and check out a display of antique cars belonging to members of The Cape Henry Antique Automobile Club.

WHEN       Sunday, April 18, 2 p.m.

WHERE        St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children, 6171 Kempsville Circle, Norfolk, VA 23502

WHY             These events are part of St. Mary’s yearlong 65th anniversary celebration.

COST            Free

CONTACT  (757) 622-2208

For media inquiries:

St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children: Contact Sonja Barisic at (757) 352-2700 or sbarisic@smhdc.org, or visit www.saintmaryshome.org.

The Rhythm Project: Contact Sophia Subero at the Virginia Arts Festival, (757) 282-2832, or ssubero@vafest.org.