Giving

Magic Moments

Join Us Saturday, March 18th at The Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University for an incredible evening of Music and fun at The Kennedy Center's Magic Moments LIVE event featuring a benefit concert for The Autism Project featuring Steve Scales & Friends.

Steve, formerly with Talking Heads brings together a group of renowned artists with special performances by Grammy nominated Nona Hendryx, formerly with Labelle and Talking Heads and Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz  of Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club.  

Musicians include guitarist Andy Abel of Twisted Vine, drummer Benny Gramm, bass Dave Livoli and keyboard Scott Peckham. Lead vocalist is the talented Keith Fluitt who has worked with such great artists as Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and Ashford & Simpson.

Magic Moments is the main funding source for The Kennedy Center Autism Project.  To provide these critical services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families we rely on the dollars raised at this event to help us continue to provide comprehensive programs at AFFORDABLE rates for All families in our community.


The Event

Mix and Mingle at 6:30 with open bar and food stations

Concert/Kelley Theatre at 8:00

Black Box After Party at 10:00 with dessert and drinks plus a Meet & Greet with the band. 


Concert Only

For those not wanting to attend the event, but would like to enjoy the concert, tickets are available for Concert Only.  Doors open at 7:30 pm, concert begins at 8:00 pm. Tickets available online by clicking register button below or at door.

 


REGISTER

Directions to The Quick Center


Magic Moment LIVE Sponsors

RED CAPE SPONSOR

Jeff Dworken & Family

WHITE GLOVE SPONSOR

Chris and Liz Blanco & Family

SILVER RING SPONSOR

Pediatric Healthcare Associates

SPONSOR FORM FOR MAGIC MOMENTS

AD FORM

PRIZE FORM

For more information, please contact The Kennedy Center Development Department at 203-365-8522, ext. 229 or email.

2016 Pictures

EVENT HISTORY: Parents from our Birth to Three Program who had a child with autism wanted to help us start an Autism Program for children age 4 to 21 years. In 2007, they created and chaired Magic Moments and from the monies raised that evening we were able to start The Autism Project. The Kennedy Center developed this much needed program in support of children with autism spectrum disorders. The program provides these children and their families with a variety of afterschool programs, resource and referral resources, seminars and advocacy, respite and social activity groups plus parenting and sibling support groups. Magic Moments remains the main funding source for The Autism Project and has enabled The Autism Project to touch the lives of over 500 local children and their families.