Below is a listing of activites, in Roseville, Auburn, and surrounding commuities.
Marcy Spina is the director of the Adaptive Recreation Program at Roseville Parks and Recreation.
The City of Roseville Parks and Recreation Dept. now has an adaptive recreation program for children and adolescents with special needs. The program is designed for children ages 5-18 and introduces participants to a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, cooperative games, sports, music, drama, fun and laughter!
Roseville is ready willing and able to include your child in all of the fun by:
*Providing opportunities for people with and without disabilities to experience recreation together.
*Looking at needs, interest, and abilities instead of focusing on disabilities.
*Preparing learning, experiences, and growing with each person, each family, and each recreation staffer.
*Providing a recreational choice.
Adative Recreation Hotline (916) 774-5975
**Fun Connections Ages 6-12
Maudi community Center
This monthly program introduces participants to arts and crafts, sports, games, and more each session. Parent participation optional, but encouraged.
**Teen social Club Ages 12-18
Friday nights 6:30-8:30pm
Buljan Intermediate School 100 Hallissy Drive
Come and join a new club that is designed for teens with special needs, where socialization is the main focus.
**Quarterly Family Fun Events
Please call the adaptive Recreation Hotline for upcoming dates, or visit our website at www.rosevilleparks.com
**Adaptive Gymnastics ages 4-12
4 Week Sessions
Flip 2 It sports Center, 9087 Foothills Boulevard
This small group class is designed for children, and requires parent participation.
Ron Mesna is the founder of Nor Cal Kids Club. Their mission is to enhance the lives of those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders through support and education.They also strive to provide safe and social opportunities for children and their siblings.Nor Cal has organized weekly Family bowling events.
The bowling is priced to be affordable for the whole family at $2.00 a game and Free shoes. The Family bowling is Thursday's(4:00-6:00) in Rocklin, and Wednesday's (3:00-5:00) in Auburn. They are also having a Bike Camp. Contact Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheryl Petersen Program Director with Auburn Recreation District ( ARD ). Beginning Saturday evenings in July there will be a teen center at the Recreation Drive facility. ARD is also interested in exploring the Adaptive Recreation Programs held in Roseville. Program ideas should be sent to Sheryl via (530) 885-8461
Other Recreational activites:
Bobbie Brown Music Talk is interested in providing one on one music lessions ( guitar, piano ) to children of all ages.
Boobie is a professional musican, and uses music to enhance the verbal abilities of children. Please contact Bobbie@musictalk.org
City of Sacramento: Teen summer Camp June 26-30 at Grizzly Creek Ranch, Portola CA. This camp is open to teens with disabilities. 40 spaces available $550. Fees include camp cost, activities, meals, transportation, and staffing. Contact Jenny Yarrow 916 808-6017.
Very Special Arts Sacramento presents: ACT ON a Theatre Camp for children of All Disabilities July 10-14 FREE for children with disabilities. Featuring Cyndi Speakman Director. Contact Alice Parente 916 277-6747
Ride with Pride June 2006 Gold Country Fair Grounds. members of the Sheriff's Dept. have developed a program featuring sessions in which children will have great fun while learning about the care, handling and riding of horses. Contact Lynn Harrison 530 652-2419
Amelia Davies and John Stamm may come to Auburn, July 17-19 or July 24-26, for a 3 day drama workshop. If you are interested please contact Karen Clay 530 887-8592 or email@example.com.