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Drum Circle LIVE

After studying with top drum circle facilitators (Arthur Hull, Jana Broder, Jim Donovan, Christine Stevenson) he started Drum Your Dream. He facilitates rhythm-based events and celebrates the human spirit through rhythm with people from all walks of life.

Motown, Memories, and More

Our Lady of Perpetual Help 4560 Princess Anne Rd, Virginia Beach, VA

Richard Mekdeci (mek-dee?-see) is an award-winning songwriter and musician and a 22 year veteran of the Nashville songwriting community. He has produced, written and recorded with such artists as Roseanne Cash, Kathy Mattea, Patty Loveless, and others.

Visual Arts

VersAbility Resources Newport News

Amanda Wallace is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where she majored in painting and printmaking before earning her Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College.

Made to Order Music at Back to the Bay

Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay Retirement Community 3100 Shore Dr., Virginia Beach, Virginia

Roberta Lea is a singer/songwriter, producer, artist and author based out of Norfolk, VA. She started songwriting in her youth as she learned to play guitar and keyboard for her church band. She released her first project back in 2015 entitled "I Am Yours".

Paint your Portion featuring Kerri Caldwell

Paint pour, abstract art, line work, art therapy. The Paint will be abstract approach to the food portion plate canvas being the plate) using an acrylic pour on canvas, with the paint cup in the associated food color/proportion (initial learning for proportion awareness), then pour the proportion in the associated quadrant, then a gentle tilt/swirl of the canvas “plate” to blend the pour lines.  This will reinforce the recommended food type, proportions and create an abstract art product for display.  

Violin featuring Alexandra Marlins

Alexandra is a member of Symphonicity, and teaches strings at Streilitz International Academy, Young Musicians of Virginia, and the Academy of Music’s Suzuki program.