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COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures: SNAP has developed guidelines for ensuring a safe program environment. These protocols are subject to change as new guidance becomes available. Please access our Health and Safety Measures on our website frequently. If you have any questions, please contact Heidi O’Mara

SING ALONG CHORUS

Sing along chorus brings together individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities to learn about singing and music at weekly rehearsals, as well as socialize and make friends.   No singing experience is required. Our Fall Sing Along Chorus session runs on Mondays and Wednesdays from September-January and our Spring session runs from February-June. We will have an open house in the Lexington Community Center dining room on September 13th, 7-8:30pm. Fall SAC Monday group will begin on September 20th and conclude on January 31st. Fall Wednesday SAC Wednesday group will begin on September 15th and conclude on January 26th. Spring SAC Monday group will begin on February 7th and conclude on June 6th. Spring SAC Wednesday group will begin on February 2nd and conclude on June 8th. The choruses perform at several concerts each year as well as at community outreach events.  Rehearsals take place at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington. Registration for our Fall 2021 session in now underway. Each session is comprised of approximately 16 rehearsals, plus concerts and community events. The cost is $250 for each session.

SNAP CERAMICS

SNAP Ceramics teaches the fundamentals and more advanced techniques of ceramics. Classes take place on Tuesday evenings at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington. Winter session begins February 1st at 6:30 and concludes on March 8th. Ceramics is a six week program and the cost is $90. Class is 75 minutes long.

SNAP CRAFTS

SNAP Crafts brings together individuals with developmental disabilities to work on craft projects.  Classes take place at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington. Due to COVID-19, our Crafts classes are currently being held over Zoom. The Spring 2021 Session will meet Tuesday evenings, 6:30-7:30pm for 4 weeks. Dates are March 16th, 23rd, 30th and April 6th. Art supplies to complete the projects will be delivered to each student.

SPECIAL ARTISTS

Special Artists Classes brings together individuals with developmental disabilities to work on art projects.  Participants work at their own pace in a supportive and fun environment, emphasizing creativity and friendship.  Special Artists work on different projects each session and activities can include watercolor/acrylic painting, fabric painting, wood projects, and multi-media art.  Classes take place on Saturdays at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington. The Fall session will run for eight weeks, beginning on September 11th and concluding on November 6th. The cost for an 8 week session is $140. Winter session will run for four weeks, beginning on January 8th and concluding on January 29th. The cost for a 4 week session is $70. Spring session will run for eight weeks, beginning on March 12th and concluding on April 30th. Summer session will run for four weeks, beginning on July 9th and concluding on July 30th. Class is 75 minutes long.

PAINT NIGHT

SNAP Paint Nights is a free art class held over Zoom.  Bring any art supplies you have and we will create something together! This is a time to connect with friends, be creative and have fun! Paint night is free and you can create any kind of art you want, it doesn’t have to be painting. Bring your art supplies, your ideas and let’s meet up!

We want to thank our supporters for allowing us to continue providing enriching experiences for our special needs program participants. We could not do this without the support of our donors and sponsors.