Concannon’s Village Benefit Dance

 

 
A benefit dance will take place on Saturday, April 20 at Concannon's Village, 60 Lenox St. in Norwood to benefit The Arc of South Norfolk.
 
The dance takes place from 7.30pm to 11.30pm, with Erin's Melody Band and dancers from Harney Academy of Dance in Walpole. Tickets are $15 at the door only. Please join them for what should be a fun evening and bring your friends.
Pat and Nora Walsh of Canton, Massachusetts have run the Irish Dance fundraiser for 29 years for The Arc. Please join them in celebrating a tradition of family and community in support of a worthy cause.
 
If you are not able to come on April 20, please consider making a gift to The Arc of South Norfolk to show your support for people with developmental disabilities.
 
Families and friends traditionally help fund programs and services at Arcs throughout the state and the country. The Arc of South Norfolk is a family-centered organization, providing programs and services that help families in our community cope with the special responsibilities that come with having a son or daughter with a developmental challenge. Proceeds from the Irish Dance help support these programs and services. For more info visitwww.arcsouthnorfolk.org

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