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This evening is geared at kids with special needs and features everything from crafts to hot chocolate and more. Registration required.
Kids with autism or other sensory-processing disorders enjoy a buffet-style dinner with Santa, crafts and a light display in a sensory-friendly setting. Advance registration required.
Enjoy a holiday festival filled with arts, crafts and a visit with Santa. Children of all ages are invited to attend.
Find sensory-friendly activities and crafts for kids 16 and under with special challenges. There's a puppet show Dec. 11 and a dance party and Santa Dec. 18. Registration required.
This dance is for individuals 18 and older with developmental disabilities. Include music, dancing, food and a visit with Santa. Registration required.
The theater provides more space for goers to move around, clap, sing, shout, dance and talk. A limited number of fidget devices, headphones and weighted blankets will be available.
In this inclusive art class, children learn different artistic techniques and styles. February's project is friendship wreaths.
This event is geared towards kids on the autism spectrum. It offers them a quiet environment with noise-cancelling headphones, a map showing where all the loud sounds will be, a sensory-friendly movie experience, more.
The theater will create a comfortable atmosphere by turning the lights up and the sound down, giving out weighted blankets, headphones, fidget devices, more.
Kids 10 and under with special needs enjoy a Halloween-themed evening of swimming, food and therapeutic activities. Families must bring their own swimsuits, life jackets, towels and water diapers (if needed). Advance registration required.
Sensory friendly activities and crafts for children 16 and under with special challenges. A puppet show happens on Dec. 11 and there's a dance party on Dec. 18. Registration required.
Enjoy music, dinner, dancing and hayrides at this fall event. Registration required.