Category: Past Events
AIM is in the business of producing art/music programming that is educational, therapeutic and empowering and delivering that programming to as many places, to as many people, as we can. It is such a treat to have Tracy Walton & Julia Autumn Ford, “Belle of the Fall”, join us to bring a new program into … Continued
Play the above video to see the One Act (of kindness) telethon on-demand. As promised, the stage is set for 24 hours of great, creative, entertainment devoted to living with faith & kindness, streaming live on AIMforabettertomorrow.com. THANK YOU SO MUCH to Beth Bye and all the staff involved at Auer Farm 4H Educational … Continued
Art show at the PerformanceHUB for the 12 kids who joined us for the first Dream Catcher photo program. What a great evening. Thanks so much to everyone involved, especially the kids who participated and made the idea come to life. Dream Catchers is an empowerment and support photography program for kids in crisis served by … Continued
July 12th was our first appearance at the West End Market. We’re so excited, and we brought out an interactive art project unique to this event and filling the area with POSSM music! Thanks so much to the The Professors of Sweet, Sweet Music -The POSSM.
A ‘wake up’ performance loaded with originals by local musicians, Eric Paradine, Bill Benson, Steve Dedman and—a surprise group. All donations support AIM hope & empowerment programs for adults in recovery and kids dealing with the trauma of homelessness and abuse. Please bring your happy smiles & generous hearts & join us for a great … Continued
We were so happy to sponsor THE band, Bill Benson, Eric Paradine and Mark Barca, who absolutely rocked a great evening of food, fellowship and fundraising for an outstanding nonprofit group, AuerFarm 4H education facility in Bloomfield. We all had fun; they made money. What’s not to like??
Photos from the event on April 11th, kids making decorations with artist Karen MacIver and My Sisters Place Community Coordinator Misty Ruppert. Very fun day!!
Location: Springfield, CT. We sponsored two art ‘fun’ tables around the work of children’s authors Heidi E. Y. Stemple and David Hyde Costello.
One of two art therapy events scheduled in February for the residents (and staff), conducted by Jess Shanti.
A day long free event for the community, learning and making holiday, and other special event, decorations and memories with artists Jess Shanti and Karen Maciver, for the benefit of the community and the Southwick Public Library.