Friday 12/21/18 -Founded in 1949, Frazer Center is an Atlanta nonprofit that fosters inclusive communities where children and adults, with and without disabilities, gather, learn, and flourish. Each year adults with intellectual disabilities who are supported by Frazer Center produce a holiday show for the children served by Frazer Center. To open this year’s show, Seed & Feed will parade into the performance space, dancing and playing up the aisles of the audience and leading the performers to the stage. Expect to play about three holiday tunes. Band members are welcome to stay for the performance (guaranteed to be the most joyful experience of your holiday season) and to visit with children and the adult performers afterwards, or you can leave after the performance. For more info on Frazer, www.frazercenter.org
Muster: 10:15 AM. Meet Paige at the circular driveway (1815 South Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307) at the Adult Program entrance on the south side of the building.
Step off: 10:30AM, You should be done performing by 11, but you are welcome to stay for the show and to visit with the audience and performers afterwards.
Costume: Holiday Finery, no santas!
Incorrigibles: Sure, as long as you keep up with them, since little kids may be tempted to explore our playgrounds and classrooms.
Parking: 1815 South Ponce de Leon Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30307 (Druid Hills/Lake Claire/Emory area). Directions: GPS may send you to the rear entrance, which is restricted to MARTA, so here are directions to the front entrance. Coming east on Ponce de Leon Avenue from downtown Atlanta, turn right onto Clifton Road. (There is a light here. Druid Hills Country Club and the turn to Fernbank Museum will be on your left.) Immediately, take your next left onto South Ponce de Leon. Just before South Ponce de Leon merges back into Ponce de Leon, you’ll see a gated entrance on your right and a sign for Frazer Center. Turn right into the drive then follow it through the woods all the way to the paved parking lot at the top of the hill. Our building will be on your left. There is free parking around the building, and overflow parking if needed about halfway between the property entrance and the Frazer Center building. Our lease prohibits parking on the shoulder of the driveway.
Marta: The nearest MARTA station is Candler Park, which is 1.4 miles from Frazer Center. MARTA Bus Route 2 stops near our entrance, where you can walk up our driveway to our building. Bus #2 operates from North Avenue and East Lake train stations.
Your day of the event contact is Paige, you’ll get an email from her with a playlist and contact info.