The Sandler Center is more than just a building.

It has a soul.

The Sandler Center Foundation is proud to announce
its first sensory-friendly performance for the evening of March 19th.

This will be offered at no cost to individuals with sensory-input disorders,
autism, or other developmental or cognitive disabilities and their families or caregiver.
A Sick Day for Amos McGee, March 19th at 7 p.m.

You can help educate, inspire and enrich our community and future generations.

Tickets can be purchased from the
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts website.

We Salute & Honor our Military!

~May Is Military Appreciation Month~

To support the Sandler Center Foundation's programs
which honor and enrich our Active Military,
Veterans and Gold Star Families, click here.