Spring Concert by New Hope Singers and Dancers April 26

The New Hope Family Singers & Dancers will present Vive La Vie, a celebration of life through dance, at  9:15 a.m.,  Friday, April 26,  at Heberton Hall in Keene.

Vive La Vie includes mixed-abilities dancers from New Hope New Horizons, including consumers and staff members, along with third-year dance/movement therapy students from Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) Department of Applied Psychology.

The New Hope Family Singers and Dancers is a program of the New Hope New Horizons division of Southwestern Community Services, in collaboration with AUNE’s Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling Program.

The public is invited, admittance is free, and parking is limited, so carpooling is encouraged.

Come join us for our annual show: We think it is the best ever! For more information, please contact Kim Burden, program director, at (603)357-1375 or by email at [email protected]

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