It’s prom time for people with developmental or physical disabilities and every attendee will be crowned prom king and queen! A DJ will play dance music, food and refreshments are on the menu, and participants will take home a souvenir photo and goody bag. The dress code includes semi-formal attire, but more importantly, we want our Superstar Dancers to wear what they feel most comfortable in.
The City of Sandy Springs is proud to sponsor inclusive programming that celebrates neurodiversity.
The dance will be held in the City Springs Conference Center on the third floor of Sandy Springs City Hall.
This event is free to attend, but please register all attending participants and state their participation role during checkout. Space is limited and all attendees will need to be registered to participate.
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