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Scroll down for a prelude of the postponed concert and for messages that are being shared with us.

 

Although, regrettably, activities below are cancelled, the building is open and 

the DOWNrightART exhibition is ongoing until 4/4

WE HOPE THAT EVERYONE WITH THE EXTRA CHROMOSOME AND THEIR FAMILIES

HAD A HEALTHY WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY. 

Alexander's Angels Invites you to celebrate your loved one with the extra chromosome at

Long Island Celebrates!

2020 Theme:  We Decide

Saturday, March 21

Performing Arts Center at Adelphi University

1 South Avenue

Garden City, NY 11530

1:30 PM at the 2nd floor Gallery

For a list of participating artists click here.

"Meet the Artists" Reception

Sponsored by

4:00 PM at the Concert Hall

SUJEET DESAI

Sujeet Desai, first musician with Down syndrome to perform at Carnegie Hall, will play the seven instruments he masters.  

Click on the arrow for a very special treat

The program will end with a dance by the energetic ACDS "Let's Groove" Zumba Dancers.

* This event is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and administered by the Huntington Arts Council.

SHARED MESSAGES -  THANK YOU FOR KEEPING US LINKED!  

Dr. Randall Roper's message:
Rockin' the socks with the family for World Down Syndrome Day!
Dr. Roper is one of the presenters at our DS research conference. Click here to find out more about Dr. Roper.
Dr. Roper's niece Meagan, who happens to have Down syndrome, is currently attending college in Utah!  
Meagan is third from right above, next to Dr. Roper in the center of the picture.

Brandon Gruber (right) shared this link with us Click here.  One of Brandon's painting currently at the DOWNrightART Exhibition (left).