From Sleeping Beauty to Buddy the Elf too, of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus, Wesley Family Services’ sixth annual Winter Wonderland offered something for everyone.
An array of familiar costumed characters, including the guy in a green suit made famous by Will Ferrell, greeted visitors to the nonprofit support organization’s South Fayette Township location for a Dec. 8 extravaganza that focused on Wesley’s creative arts program.
At the heart of the event were performances by the program’s rock bands, the Flying Sock Monkeys and Snow Phantoms, providing plenty of sing-along opportunities with a variety of holiday favorites, with the show emceed by Drew Evans.
Winter Wonderland also featured numerous activities, including creative arts program supervisor Katie Harrill leading holiday-themed music-making. Crafts, painting, drama, and dance also were on the agenda, and everyone was treated to seasonal snacks.
The creative arts program provides an innovative and fun approach to music therapy for individuals of all ages with behavioral, social, psychological, communication, physical and motor/cognitive functioning issues in the Wesley Family Services facilities in South Fayette, Monroeville and Marshall Township.
For more information, visit wfspa.org/service/creative-arts-program.