By Rebekah Martin
Expressions of a BraveHeart, a fine arts program that offers art, music and dance classes to people who have moderate to severe disabilities, will begin its fall semester Sept. 11. The no-cost program for 11-21 year olds meets Monday nights that the Opelika Sportsplex from 5:30-7 p.m.
A collaboration between the Opelika Parks and Recreation Department the social work program at Auburn University, Expressions of a Braveheart is in its eighth year.
According to its website, Expressions of a BraveHeart was designed to be a safe, respectful and understanding setting where people with disabilities can develop friendships, explore fine arts and enhance self-esteem.
Parties interested in participating in this year’s class can visit sign up at the first meeting.