It brings a smile to my face when my sister describes what she made during her art class at SNAP each week.  We live 1500 miles apart, and when I call her, I try to visualize what she has made or what she is working on.  I can hear in her voice her pride of accomplishment.  Through SNAP, one of her pieces of art has been sold and she earned money on the sale.  She was so excited cashing her check.  I especially love that she has made new friends and looks forward to going to SNAP each week, and I know she does too!  -SNAP family member

Sing Along Chorus bring together individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities to learn about singing and music at weekly rehearsals, as well as socialize and make friends.   Our programs run from September-January and February-June. The choruses perform at several concerts each year as well as at community outreach events.  Rehearsals take place at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington.

Special Art Classes brings together individuals with developmental disabilities to work on art projects.  Participants work at their own pace in a supportive and fun environment, emphasizing creativity and friendship.  Special Artists work on different projects each session and activities can include watercolor/acrylic painting, fabric painting, wood projects, and multi-media art.  Classes take place at the Lexington Community Center, 39 Marrett Road, Lexington.

Our programs are held in collaboration with the Town of Lexington at the Lexington Community Center.  The Lexington Community Center is located at 39 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA. Come see all the fun we are having! Registration for Fall 2018 is now open. Please contact us at for more information.