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Hiland Mountain Lullaby Concert

Hiland Mountain Lullaby Concert

Send the name, state and drivers license number of each person attending the concert to by noon on November 14th

Hiland Mountain Correctional Center visitors guide


Hiland Mountain Lullaby Concert

Presented by Keys to Life
November 16th, 2019
Heart-felt & Genuine

Hiland Lullaby Project provides an amazing opportunity for community musicians to collaborate with Hiland mothers to create a personal lullaby for their children. The concert is filled with joy and laughter. This concert is a connection between community members and those who are incarcerated through the power of music.

This year, Hiland Mountain Correctional Center Long Term Sentencing mothers will write a lullaby that expresses their dreams and hopes in spite of the fact they will never get out of prison. Witness their stories and journey through the power of a lullaby written for themselves, their families, their children and to the young mothers who are now incarcerated. What wisdom have they learned to pass on to the young mothers who are now incarcerated? It will be one of the most powerful lullabies written as a part of the Hiland Mountian Lullaby project.

Here’s a success story from last year’s Lullaby Project: Inmate Michael —

“I realized that being faithful to myself and always tell the truth&helip;it will help me instill this in my kids…it helps me to be more emotional to my kids…it made me open up and be more emotional with my kids. It brought a different level to the love we shared. Now my son opens up to me. The song opened a lot of emotion with my son who is fourteen. He actually cried. He realized that even though I was away, I still loved him. My son is feeling a lot better now. The lullaby helped me see a side of me that I did not see before…I can have emotions that don’t make me weak.”
Event Details
Runs approximately 1.5 hours including intermission.
All audience members must have their drivers license number cleared to enter.
Submit the name, state and license number of each person attending the concert to

Hiland Mountain Correctional Center visitors guide
BABIES — Welcome. Ticket required for ages 2 and older. Babies under age 2 sit on adult lap for free.
CHILDREN — Appropriate for all ages. Helpful links to artists and show information will help you decide who is likely to enjoy the show. Please also consider the start time and length of the show when deciding whether to bring children.
Family Friendly: This is a family friendly event.
SALES END EARLY: CenterTix sales end at 12:00 PM on Friday. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
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Hiland Mountain Correctional CenterHiland Mountain Correctional Center
9101 Hesterberg Road, Eagle River, AK

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