‘Life, Adjusted’ at the Avalon documents chiropractic care
Harmony Acres Equestrian Center uses horses to help people of all ages through equine therapy, but on Saturday, Feb. 11, it will be people who get to help Harmony Acres.
First is a screening of “Life, Adjusted” at 1 p.m. Saturday at Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St.
The documentary is about the work of Denver chiropractor Jay Komarek, who cares for people as well as horses, dogs and cats. “Life, Adjusted” is a “visual and sentimental portrayal of the subtle, yet profound experience of receiving chiropractic care from both a human and animal perspective,” according to the film’s Facebook page.
After the screening, Komarek will speak and answer questions.
Tickets to the screening costs $20 at lifeadjustedgrandjunction.eventbrite.com or $10 for those attending Harmony Acres’ Saturday evening event the Avalon.
That event, Evening at the Avalon, will feature local musician Alycia Vince singing jazz, folk and blues. There also will be a dinner, and silent and live auctions.
The Avalon’s doors open for the fundraiser at 5 p.m., and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. — go to harmonyacresec.org to see the menu.
Individual tickets cost $50 and can be purchased at harmonyacresec.org, where there also is a link to contact Harmony Acres about adding “Life, Adjusted” tickets.