Join us for an evening of candlemaking, snacks and drinks, and benefitting a good cause!
Your ticket includes: a candlemaking workshop where you’ll make two large candles in a scent of your choice, wine, light snacks, and a peek inside our Tempe production studio!
WHEN: Tuesday, March 27th from 6:30-8:30pm
WHERE: Standard Wax, 941 S. Park Lane, Tempe, AZ 85281
TICKETS: $85 per person CLICK HERE
Tempe Leadership Class XXXIII is raising $25,000 to create an outdoor space for members of TCH. The garden will include raised garden beds, a water feature, art, and sensory installations that encourage TCH members to touch, see, hear, taste and smell their environment.
What is TCH?
TCH provides services and supports for adults with developmental and physical disabilities. Services improve quality of life, provide opportunities, and help each person to be as independent as possible. TCH is committed to finding creative and innovative ways for each individual to meet personal goals which include; earning a paycheck, socializing with friends and participating in community activities.
What is a sensory garden?
A sensory garden is a space designed to help people enjoy their environment with all of their senses. Members of TCH will be able to grow plants with interesting smells, colors and tastes; play musical instruments; feel different textures in plants, hardscape and water features; and create and admire art installations throughout the space. TCH members and staff will be able to use the space to decompress individually, learn together, and host activities with the community.
About Tempe Leadership:
Since 1985, more than 700 diverse, dedicated individuals have participated in the Tempe Leadership program. As a program of and in partnership with the Tempe Chamber of Commerce Foundation, our focus is to bring together community-minded individuals in the community to engage and challenge one another, learn more about the ins and outs of Tempe, and most importantly, make a real difference in our community. Tempe leadership alumni are well-respected on local boards, commissions, routinely serve elected office, and volunteer time and energy to the community.