DARIEN, Conn. -- Darien's Opus for Person-to-Person hosted a sold-out children’s concert and craft show at St. Luke’s Youth and Community Center recently that raised $1,500 for the organization.
"Snowflakes, Songs & Slices" featured a 45-minute interactive musical performance by Ray & Jay Music for Everybody, a winter-themed craft led by Green Moon, and dinner from Heights Pizza.
Children sang along, danced and explored their artistic talents with a fun, kid-friendly craft project. Hungry guests were served pizza and apples slices, and left the event with goodie bags of sweet treats donated by Chunky Pam’s.
Opus for Person-to-Person helps those in need with clothing donations, funds for scholarship and camp programs, layettes for babies, living assistance loans, a holiday toy store and more.
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