Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind’s (AIDB) upcoming free public performance of The Legend of Princess Talladega at the AIDB Marianna Greene Henry Special Equestrians Arena (29401 Alabama Highway 21 South, Talladega, AL) is to be held on Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. and Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. For information, call (256) 761-3364 or visit www.mgharena.com.
Watch as the arena comes alive with pageantry, equestrian drills and Native American folk lore – with a comedic twist! Admission is free!
Marianna Greene Henry Special Equestrian Program (MGH) serves deaf, blind, deaf-blind and multi-disabled students attending AIDB. AIDB consists of Alabama School for the Blind (111 students ages 3-21), Alabama School for the Deaf (177 students ages 3-21), Helen Keller School of Alabama (82 students ages 3-21) and E.H. Gentry Facility (average of 150 students ages 16 and older/adult). For each of the populations mentioned, orientation and mobility are an issue that is addressed through hippotherapy and therapeutic riding at MGH arena.
The Marianna Greene Henry Special Equestrians Program at the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind will be celebrating their 25 years of legacy this November. The MGH Arena Rider’s Club and the Alabama School for the Blind Drama Club will be putting on several performances to celebrate and showcase the talents of the amazing, AIDB students. The MGH Special Equestrians Program would like to perform for the public on November 5th at 6:00 p.m. and again on November 6th at 7:00 p.m. The show will last approximately one hour and thirty minutes and admission is free! Bring your class and watch as you learn a little history with a comedic twist. If interested, the items listed below will be available for purchase. Proceeds of these items benefit MGH Arena.
T-Shirts: $15.00 Color: Chocolate Brown Sizes: S, M, L, & XL (Youth Sizes are also available); 2XL & 3XL: $20.00
Book for Sale: $14.99 Why Horses Are… by Tana Thompson – 32 Page Children’s Picture Book