Driveway concert series to benefit children with developmental disabilities

Chris Andrus, co-owner of The Mitten Brewing Co., performs last month. Courtesy Comprehensive Therapy Center

Comprehensive Therapy Center is organizing weekly concerts that will feature local artists playing in local driveways.

The concerts, which began July 21, will take place every Tuesday evening until the end of August. The musician lineup for the remaining dates is as follows:

Aug. 4: The Bozung Boys

Aug. 11: Chris Bursley

Aug. 18: West Michigan Opera Project

Aug. 25: Hey Marco!

Up to 50 people can enjoy each concert while maintaining physical distancing of at least 6 feet. Attendees should bring a mask in case they want to socialize, as well as their own chair or blanket to sit on. No public restrooms will be available on-site.

Visit the Comprehensive Therapy Center website to learn more about the concert series and register for a concert.

Concert attendees will have the opportunity to donate to CTC online when registering or in-person at the concert.

Established in 1982, Comprehensive Therapy Center is a nonprofit organization that aims to meet the therapeutic and educational needs of adults and children with disabilities. It provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, dance/movement therapy and special education services to West Michigan children and adults with special needs.

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