1 World Foundation presents the 17th Annual Rock & Roll Oldies Show featuring … The Cowsills … scheduled for Friday, September 15th at 8 p.m. at the Bonnie Castle Resort in Alexandria Bay, New York.
Gold Tickets priced at $50, include Reserved Seating for the show along with an Uncle Sam’s Boat Cruise. General Admission Tickets are available for $30. Tickets may be purchased by calling DPAO at
315-782-0044 or visit DPAO.ORG. General Admission Tickets will also be available at the Watertown, Alex Bay and Clayton Kinney Drugs Store locations.
The real-life inspiration behind the hit television series The Partridge Family, The Cowsills – teen siblings Bill, Bob, Barry, John, Susan and
Paul in tandem with mom Barbara – were one of the biggest pop acts of the late ‘60s, distinguished by their angelic harmonies and sun kissed melodies, siblings Bob, Paul and Susan carry on the touring tradition of The Cowsills as one of the co-headline bands in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 hugely successful Happy Together Tour!
All proceeds from the show will benefit 1 World Foundation which is an international, non-profit charitable corporation comprised of volunteers from New York State, USA, and Canada, sharing a common dedication to better lives for people with developmental disabilities.
Toward that end The Canadian American Exchange is held annually with members of various agencies that serve people with
developmental disabilities from both countries meeting to discuss issues of mutual concern. It’s a concerted effort to learn from one another for the purpose of providing the best possible care for people with disabilities.
Also in conjunction with the Turks and Caicos Island government,
1 World Foundation is working to ensure that people with disabilities and their families are treated with dignity and have access to the services and supports they need.
For more information on 1 World Foundation’s 17th Annual Rock & Roll Oldies show featuring The Cowsills and for details on the services and programs provided by DPAO and 1 World Foundation please call 1-800-533-2859 or 315-782-0044 or visit DPAO.ORG.