ACCESSIBILITY

Windsong strives to be an inclusive, accepting, and accessible space.

Please reach out to Sara, our Administrative Assistant, at windsongcleoffice@gmail.com with further questions about accessibility.

Events

ASL Interpretation

Dwana Crawford, from the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, has been our ASL interpreter at every major Windsong concert for several years now.


May 3rd Concert

BOP STOP @ The Music Settlement Our concert on 5/3 will take place at BOP STOP which is fully ADA compliant and certified. There are no steps between the parking lot and entrance and there are ADA-compliant restrooms.

From BOP STOP website:

What kind of parking is available at your location?

There are two parking lots located to the rear of our main building. There is also 2-hour and metered parking available in front of the building.

 

May 5th Concert

Near West Theatre Our next full concert on 5/5 will take place at New West Theatre.

Please see this fabulous page on their website regarding accessibility: http://www.nearwesttheatre.org/pages/accessibility

For parking, please visit: http://www.nearwesttheatre.org/pages/directions-parking

 

Rehearsals

Lakewood Presbyterian Church

The rehearsal space is fully accessible with elevator and ADA-compliant restrooms. There are ramps at both the front and rear entrances of the new Kilgore Center. Members park in either of the two church parking lots and there are a number of accessible parking spots in both lots. There is also plenty of parking on the streets nearby.

 

Scents and Allergens

In both official (i.e. rehearsals or concerts) and unofficial events (social gatherings), we have strict rules against wearing scented products so that members with serious medical sensitivities and allergies can participate. This includes, but is not limited to: hair products, deodorants, perfumes, dryer sheets, and other scented products. Please follow good asthma etiquette. Wear clothes that are as free of pet hair and dander as you can make them. Do not smoke directly before rehearsal.


Sensory

It is perfectly acceptable and encouraged for those with sensory difficulties or sensitivities to take care of their needs. Members are welcome to wear ear plugs, ear defenders, or noise-cancelling headphones outside of performance time.


Contact Sara, our Administrative Assistant, at windsongcleoffice@gmail.com with questions about accessibility.