Grant Sponsored Program Series
Art Abilities Classes
Art Abilities is a series of workshops that offers the opportunity to explore a variety of art media. The workshops will invite the participating artists to explore their creative interests beginning with warm-up exercises at each session, painting, drawing, journaling, creating masks, and other abstract creations to help the participants learn a different method of communication. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Fall ’21 – In Person
Date: Thursdays, 10/7 – 11/11
Time: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Adler Graduate School: 10225 Yellow Cir Dr., Minnetonka
Winter ’22 – Virtual
Date: Thursdays, 2/10 – 3/17
Time: Link emailed weekly
Location: YouTube (virtual)
Sexuality for All Abilities
This class is taught and led by Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota’s SELF Team. Using lessons from the Sexuality for All Abilities Curriculum, students will learn about advocating for their own boundaries and needs in relationships, how to keep their bodies healthy and safe, and how to communicate with the people in their lives. Topics include: healthy relationships, safe and appropriate boundaries, personal safety, private and public spaces, dating, human reproduction, pregnancy prevention, and gender and sexual orientation. Due to generous funding sources, there is no cost to attend this series.
Date: Mondays, 1/10 – 3/21
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom (virtual)
Adaptive Sports & Fitness Classes
Community-Based Social Activities
On the Town Activity Groups – This program is for adults who are independent and can access community venues with minimal supervision. Activities may include dinner, movies, karaoke, bowling, swimming, athletic events and more.
Social Clubs – Groups are held weekly at local community centers for teens and adults. Includes games, movies, shopping, bingo and more.
Dances – Join your friends and groove to the latest hits on Friday nights. Locations and exact dates vary.
Social Seekers – This is a social group for teens and young adults with high-functioning autism.
Monthly Daytime Offering – If you are free during the day on weekdays, you’ll be able to join us each month for a special program (games, a picnic, a meal out, etc.).
Arts, Crafts & Seasonal Fun
Seasonal Arts & Crafts – Each quarter we plan and facilitate crafts and other activities associated with the season. We do everything from tie dye, to mother’s day gifts, to gingerbread houses! Check out our quarterly newsletter to see our current offerings.
Respite (Weekend Ventures)
What is Weekend Ventures?
Weekend Ventures is a weekend (or overnight) respite program that takes place 6 times each year. Depending on the weekend, we stay overnight 1 or 2 nights at a hotel or a camp. Each weekend has one main activity that the group does together. See our Respite/Weekend Ventures website page for more information.
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Want more info on recreation programs or have questions? If so, contact our Director of Adaptive Recreation & Inclusion, Emily Orr, at 952-393-5880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reach strives to make it possible for individuals of all income levels to access services. Therefore, if program costs are a barrier to participation, Reach may be able to subsidize the cost based on your individual situation. Please call 952-393-5880 for more information.