Rock music for a good cause at Landmark

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Head out to hear The Main Attractions perform rock music and learn more about Community Mainstreaming at Landmark on Main Street on Sunday, March 24 at 2 p.m.

Community Mainstreaming is a Long Island-based nonprofit committed to helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities lead fulfilling and productive lives.

The band, The Main Attractions, was formed last spring when Community Mainstreaming began a music program for people in their day habilitation program. They meet twice a week at a music studio in East Meadow, where they practice with professional musician Bobby Miller and music therapist and vocal coach Twyla Summersell.

Participants achieve their individual goals — whether it’s asserting oneself, seeing a task to completion, or increasing focus and concentration — through the modality of music. The band members and instructors discuss and decide together what songs they are going to learn.

For tickets to the upcoming performance, go to www.bit.ly/25N3cPH, and for more information, call 516-683-0710 x212.

Landmark on Main Street is located at 232 Main St. in Port Washington.

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