Press Release: Visually Impaired Teens and College Students Will Dance The Night Away

The Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth is hosting an evening of dinner and dancing to unite visually impaired teens and college students. 

Fort Worth, TX. Blind and visually impaired teens and college students have a great evening of events planned for February 7, 2015 from 6:30PM to 9:30PM. For all those interested in fun, music, food, and a great sense of community involvement will be thrilled to attend the Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dance hosted by The Lighthouse of the Blind of Fort Worth. Youths can expect to share a great meal, rock out to some excellent music, and make friends for life; all while contributing to a great community experience. 

The Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth has partnered with Chelby Farley’s Colors For Kids to provide hospitalized children with coloring books, crayons, and care packages. To support Colors For Kids, the cost of admission for the Dinner and Dance will be a coloring book and box of crayons. Additional donations are welcomed. Students have to opportunity to give a gift that continues to give. 

The mission of Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth, is to empower our clients to lead a full life by achieving their highest level of independence, employment, and quality of life through superior training, meaningful employment, and individualized service. Located in the heart of the culturally rich city of Fort Worth, the Lighthouse for the Blind is an 80,000 square foot facility providing jobs to over 75 visually impaired persons.

This event is reserved for visually impaired teens and college students age 14 to 21. Parents and younger children are encouraged to support the socialization of these students and allow them to participate in the Dinner and Dance independently. Mexican style food will be served, and it is suggested that those with special dietary needs plan ahead. Please contact Bettina at by February 1st for your reservation.