Art exhibit features students of College of Adaptive Education


Last updated 8/6/2015 at Noon

Sunrise on Jeremiah's Ranch by B.J. Lane.

BONSALL – Jeremiah's Ranch and the College of Adaptive Education (CAE) are proud to announce they will be holding their first Art Exhibit on Saturday, Aug. 15 at Z Cafe in Bonsall's River Village, 5256 S. Mission Road. The opening reception, sponsored by the cafe, will take place from 4 to 7 p.m.

The exhibit will showcase work created by CAE students, instructors, and volunteers. Hula dance performances by the students, special music, and hors d'oeuvres will be part of the celebration.

The art exhibit culminates with a fundraiser for Jeremiah’s Ranch on Oct. 18, at Z Café.

CAE, developed by Jeremiah's Ranch, opened in May 2015 to offer classes and learning environments for those with developmental disabilities as well as anyone in the community wishing to learn more about the subject in an inclusive environment.

From left standing, art instructor B.J. Lane works with students and volunteers and reviews work at the College of Adaptive Education, Patricia Kirkpatrick, Mary Lindskog, Lenila Batali, Eden Silver, Leni Leth, and Yolanda Polanco; seated, Kim Fox. Sandi Anderson photo


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