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Posted on: February 16, 2017

Therapeutic Art & Wellness Program Dances the Night Away with Valentine’s Day Celebration

Pink and red hearts filled the room at the Grace Therapeutic Art & Wellness Valentine’s Day Dance on Friday, February 10, 2017. Almost 70 people danced the night away with music, food, prizes, goodie bags, and good company. Held at the Bascom Community Center, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) hosted the successful dance with Friends of Grace, who generously donated the funding for food. The event included a couple’s dance competition and a photo booth to capture memories on an evening of celebration. Grace Community Programming provides therapeutic recreation for adults with mental illness and other cognitive disabilities. Its goal is to serve the social, recreational, and therapeutic needs of adults in need of behavioral health services. For more information, contact Neil Rufino, Acting Deputy Director at 408-535-3576.

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