Next Friday, July 31st at 6:30pm, is the date and time of the 2015 Center for Children & Young Adults (CCYA) 6th Annual Youth Performance Show – “Best is Yet to Come”. This fantastic free and entertaining show is being held at the Strand Theatre in Marietta GA. Don’t miss the opportunity to come out and support all the unique and wonderful talent to be found in this year’s showcase.
Bigger Every Year
The CCYA and its volunteers organize this annual event to celebrate the lives and achievements of the youth and young adults who live on their Marietta campus. This celebratory show has grown from a small dinner event into an entertaining and heart-warming grand production over the past five years. Next Friday’s show will be bigger than last year so make plans now.
Different Than Before
This year will be different than previous events as this unique and fun evening will be all about delivering entertainment. It will be filled with more music, dancing, and many other artistic performances featuring the CCYA youth performers as they showcase their interest and talents, live on stage at the lovely and historic Strand Theatre on the Square. Come out and support the CCYA performers and remind them that “The Best is Yet to Come.”
Pack the House for Them
We hope you’ll bring your family, friends, and neighbors with you on Friday July 31st at 6:30pm and help fill up the Strand Theatre to cheer for all the CCYA youth performers on their special night. Admission is Free to this event, but reservations are required. RSVP today by calling 770-333-9447 x 100 or sending an email to Shelley Williams at email@example.com.
Park in the Decks
To help arrival go smoothly, please park in either of the parking decks near theatre. Parking is free on weekends and after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. Please note there will be a concert that evening as part of the Glover Park Concert Series, so parking will not be available around the square itself.
The Center for Children & Young Adults serves multiple counties throughout the metro Atlanta area and surrounding counties. CCYA is dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing home environment with comprehensive services for youth and young adults at risk who have been abused, neglected, and/or abandoned by their caregivers. The CCYA operates shelter programs on a three-building campus in a dormitory setting for up to 39 youth at one time, in need of shelter, treatment, care and guidance. Programs include: Open Gate – serving girls ages 12–17 and Another Chance – serving boys ages 13–17. The third program is a transitional living program, Life Works (formerly Turning Point), for older adolescents ages 17–21. By having Northside Psychological Services on–site, The Center offers individual, group, and family therapy as well as crisis counseling for all residents in all programs. Please visit www.ccyakids.org for more information.