The Woodlands Foundation, in partnership with Open Up Pittsburgh, have created a Mini-Musical Theater Production program to benefit participants with disabilities. The program will span 10 weeks taking place from 6:30pm – 8:00pm at The Woodlands’ 52-acre campus in Wexford. During the workshops, participants age 22 and over will learn collaborative skills through theater games teaching improvisation, body awareness, vocal awareness, listening skills, and creative expression.
The community is invited to pull up a lawn chair or blanket and attend The Woodlands Foundation’s second annual Block Party on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 4 to 7pm at the 52-acre campus in Wexford.
Wexford, PA – The Woodlands will receive a visit from nation-wide participants of The Journey of Hope – North Team, a part of the nonprofit organization The Ability Experience.
The Woodlands Foundation was pleased to receive a charitable donation presented June 14 by Eaton Corporation. Eaton Charitable Fund’s contribution in the amount of $8,000 will support an ongoing campus-wide upgrade and improvement to the quality of lighting and energy consumption.
Host Tonia Caruso talks with Jesse Solomon, Director of Programs, The Woodlands Foundation, about the recent Notes from the Heart Music Camp Concerts and year-round programming.
The Beaver County Times
Camp inspires Beaver County teens with disabilities by enabling them with crafts, outdoors
By Kate Malongowski firstname.lastname@example.org
BRADFORD WOODS — A Camp Inspire counselor described Gabby Tucker as a “chill” girl.
The 14-year-old from New Brighton was one of 20 campers who participated in Camp Inspire at the Woodlands last week, a sleep-away camp specifically for children who have tracheotomies or use ventilators.
It’s among a handful of camps across the country that provide special accommodations for kids like Gabby, who uses a wheelchair and recently had a spinal fusion.