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Kingwood School of Rock’s InKids Charity Concert

Kingwood School of Rock’s InKids Charity Concert

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Saturday, December 19th from 2-5 pm
The Kingwood School of Rock house band and opening band Speechless, made up of SOR students will be showcasing their talent to benefit Including Kids, Inc. charity.
InKids provides evidence-based behavior analytic interventions for persons with autism and related disabilities to maximize individual potential and to facilitate their meaningful inclusion in the community.
Please join Megaton brewery and these two wonderful local organizations as we raise money by donating $1 from every beer sold on Saturday, December 19th while enjoying live music from School of Rock from 2-5 p.m. and from The Mojo Faction band from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Speechless
A rising group of elementary and middle school kids who are students at the Kingwood School of Rock. They are a 4-piece band with 5 members. Musical influences include No Doubt, The Raconteurs, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, etc.
This band has both a male and female lead singer that are both 11 years old and members of the Kingwood School of Rock House band. Not only are great young musicians, they are seasoned performers and love to rock out on stage!
Kingwood School of Rock House Band
The School of Rock House Band music program gives students under 18 the opportunity to join a gigging band composed of fellow musicians from their school. These students perform additional live shows throughout the year., House Band is selected based on an audition process and all members become leaders in their School of Rock community,and perform live shows at local rock venues throughout the year. They perform rock songs from the 70’s to current and the current house band ranges in ages 11 to 17.
Including Kids, Inc.
Including Kids was founded in 2003 at a time when autism was reaching epidemic levels and there were very few services offered in the state of Texas. In response to the needs of the community and fueled by her passion for autism advocacy, Jennifer Dantzler and a loyal Board of Directors started the Including Kids Autism Center. We have created a full-time program that continues to change the lives of children and young adults with autism, offering them a chance to be included in the community. Today, Including Kids has served over one thousand families through their various service offerings.
At Including Kids, it is a vital goal for 100% of our clients to be included in the community. This includes in school, at job sites, in group programs and through social activities. As our clients continue to thrive, we are building programs and partnerships that support children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, including those that may exhibit aggressive behaviors. Our multi-faceted program teaches life skills, self-awareness, self-control, communication, social skills and academic training to the level of each individual’s abilities.
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Date: December 19, 2020
End Date: December 19, 2020