Proceeds will go toward new art supplies for Woods’ recreation program
Woods Services in Langhorne is hosting an art show and sale from 3-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 31 and Friday, April 1, at its Common Grounds café and front lawn. Residents of Woods, who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, will be showcasing and selling various pieces of artwork they’ve created in conjunction with Woods’ recreation program. The theme for the art show and sale is “Kaleidoscope Dreams.”
This year’s feature artist for the show will be Woods resident Cory S., who will display a selection of 25 pieces of art through the duration of the sale. He will be available to “Meet and Greet” to discuss his works from 3:30-5 p.m. on both days at the Common Grounds café on campus. Media is invited to attend the presentation.
Proceeds from the entire art show and sale will benefit each artist and help bolster the recreation program through the purchase of new art supplies.
3:00-7:00 p.m., Thursday, March 31, 2022, and Friday, April 1, 2022
Feature Artist Meet and Greet with Cory S. (Recommended for media)
Residents, Students and Staff of Woods Services
Common Grounds café on the Woods Services Campus
40 Martin Gross Drive, Langhorne, PA 19047
About Woods Services
Woods Services is a nonprofit, multi-service population health management and advocacy organization that, along with six affiliate organizations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, provides innovative, comprehensive, and integrated health, education, housing, workforce, behavioral health, and case management services to more than 22,000 children and adults in the intellectual and developmental disability, behavioral, child welfare, and brain trauma public health sectors who have complex and intensive medical and behavioral healthcare needs. Founded in 1913 by Philadelphia schoolteacher Mollie Woods with two simple goals – to advance quality of life and standard of care for individuals with disabilities – Woods Services continues its mission today by helping children and adults with disabilities or challenges to achieve their highest potential. Among the ways Woods does this is through its population health management strategy, which includes the integration of primary and specialty medical care with behavioral health in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information, visit woods.org.