Local art show benefits Firefly Autism
By Amy Shanahan
Tickets are now on sale for a special event which benefits a wonderful, local non-profit organization, Firefly Autism. During the weekend of June 14-16, The Village at Castle Pines will host an art show featuring some of the country’s best artists. These artists work in a wide range of mediums, including bronze, sculpture, jewelry, painting, and photography.
Saturday and Sunday are open to the general public, but Friday evening June 14 will serve as a fundraiser for Firefly Autism. For a cost of $75 per person, attendees will enjoy first access to the artists and their work, as well as spectacular wines, craft beers, appetizers from fabulous local caterers, and live music.
Firefly Autism has been in Denver serving the needs of children from all over Colorado since 2003. In that time they have served more than 500 children through one-on-one teaching, and home-based family-focused therapy. The top-notch clinicians and staff at Firefly have had tremendous results within the autism community and the organization serves as a model for other organizations throughout the country.
To purchase tickets for this fun and worthwhile event, visit www.fireflyautism.org.