The 2nd Annual Adult Prom is Coming! w/ an 80s twist!
Dust off your dancing shoes and order that wrist corsage! To The Moon and Back (TTMAB), the advocacy non-profit dedicated to supporting children born substance exposed and their caregivers presents its 2nd annual Adult Prom Night benefit fundraiser on Friday, September 27, 6:30 to 11 pm at Alden Park Bar and Grill, 160 Colony Place, Plymouth. Proceeds support TTMAB’s mission, supporting the smallest victims of the opioid epidemic. A silent auction and sponsorships are available to support the cause.
For more information, please visit http://www.2themoonandback.org/general/adultprom2/
For tickets, please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-adult-prom-tickets-62798557175
Mayor Walsh, along with the City of Boston, is bringing Soul City back for summer their free summer concert series. Please join Soul City and Mayor Walsh for a free concert at Blackstone Square in the South End. More details coming soon!
Please join Soul City for a fundraiser event for Kulture City: an amazing organization who is making a difference in the lives of people with special needs. Tickets are $20 each, or $140 for a table of 10. Doors open at 7:00 PM. Soul City will play from 8:30-11:30 PM.
Learn about KultureCity® and why we work so hard to make a change for people living with special needs.
KultureCity® owes its birthright not to any one person, or any few, but to the many thousands of people who make up the KultureCity® family – families who have worked tirelessly for acceptance and a better future for their children with autism. Families who have fought school systems for their children to be educated, doctors for their children to be treated, establishments for their children to be attended to. These families are the backbone of KultureCity®.
Though the mission is daunting and requires reversing the centuries-long history of “out of sight, out of mind” that the segregation of autistic individuals serves to promote, it has been done before successfully.
Isolation, unemployment, and lack of education have been assumed to be inevitable consequences of the limitations imposed by autism itself. This is simply not the entire truth. The inferior economic and social status of people with autism is not a consequence of the disability itself, but rather the result of societal barriers and prejudices. As with racial minorities and women, only true acceptance can change this landscape.
KultureCity® is asking for that acceptance. Little by little, we are changing kulture, and pushing boundaries.
You see for decades, the focus has been on seeing the children as severely handicapped and mentally disabled.
Today however, we are hearing more and more amazing stories about children on the spectrum displaying talents and skills no one believed possible. Some develop computer applications, some play music with amazing talent and some non-speaking children display writing abilities that show a deep understanding of language and life.
None of the above means that raising a child on the spectrum is smooth and easy. The children do present difficulties in a range of areas including medical care, sleep patterns, eating disorders – to cite just a few.
AND KULTURECITY® HAS BEEN CREATED TO ACHIEVE THAT GOAL.
The challenge that our society now faces is helping families capture the array of abilities and talents that the children have while enabling them to cope with the special issues that so commonly mark the children’s lives. It can be done.
We’re not offering grand solutions, but instead, simple things that work. Things like helping businesses reach these children and their families with small changes in their practices. Ipads for the ones who are non-verbal, art and music camps for the ones who have never been exposed to them, scholarships for families that cannot afford lessons, respite care and toys just to brighten up their days and show them and their families that WE as a community care.
Come celebrate Portsmouth’s hottest food and beverage event, Taste of the Nation. Set on the lawn of the Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth’s Taste of the Nation features a gathering of culinary professionals united in fighting to end childhood hunger in the Seacoast and across the country.
Thank you to the chefs, volunteers, sponsors and community members whose dedication and hard work continues to make Portsmouth’s Taste of the Nation a extraordinary success every year!
Don’t miss the 4th Annual beats for EATS event with live music, dancing, hors d’oeuvres, drinks and a fabulous silent auction. The money raised from this event will help feed kids and families in Arlington.
When: Saturday, March 23rd from 7:00-11:00 PM
Where: Arlington Town Hall
Soul City is thrilled to team up with The Joseph Middlemiss Big Heart Foundation for their 6th Annual Big Heart Ball of 2018. Please join the Foundation, along with Soul City, for an evening of fun, auctions, food and drink, and of course, dancing.
Soul City is thrilled to be appearing at the annual Mechanics Hall Winter Soiree! Join us for a fun evening of cocktails, fabulous food, and as always, dancing all night long.
6:30pm: Cocktails in Washburn Hall
7:30pm: Dinner and Dancing in the Great Hall
Dinner provided by Scott Toupin Catering Service
For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit: https://www.mechanicshall.org/tickets/soiree/
Soul City is thrilled to join the City of Quincy on Saturday, November 24, for some family fun and music!
To find out more information, please visit: https://patch.com/massachusetts/quincy/calendar/event/20181123/456674/rock-around-the-city-of-quincy-s-christmas-festival-all-weekend
Don’t miss a unique Quincy tradition with Santa’s arrival on Saturday, November 24th at Noon. Santa and his elves will PARACHUTE into Pageant Field where children can greet the big man himself – as long as they’ve been NICE! Hayrides will also be available.
Afterwards head to the Hancock-Adams Common for live music from 2:00-7:00PM. Holiday treats and beverages (some naughty) will be available for purchase. (Heated tents will be available).
Please join Soul City for our first-ever appearance at the Abington Summer Concerts. We hope to see you there!
Directions: The Nisby Bandstand is located in the Millennium Memorial Complex next to the Abington Public Library, 600 Gliniewicz Way reached off of Route 18 - Bedford Street. You turn down Gliniewicz Way at the Abington High/Middle School sign that you will see as you drive on Rt. 18. Drive to the end and the bandstand is on your right.
Kick off summer right by joining us on the Plymouth Waterfront for an evening of dancing and amazing music!
Ring in the New Year with Soul City! We are happy to be back at Ryles for their annual New Years Eve celebration. Get ready for an evening of dancing, amazing music, great food, and a champagne toast to bring you into 2018! Tickets go on sale beginning in November, 2017.