SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
BAY AREA WALKS AND HIKES
AFBA together with Lisa Louis of hikingautism.com organizes family friendly walks and hikes around the Bay Area, usually every month on a Sunday morning.
Sunday, November 28, 2018, 10am to Noon
Rodeo Beach-Battery Townseley Walk (Marin County)
PAST WALKS HAVE INCLUDED:
Sutro Baths Walk (San Francisco), 10/28/18
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Walk (Moss Beach), 9/25/18
Please check out our Hikes page, or join our Facebook group
Nutcracker Workshop & Tea at
College of Adaptive Arts
December 8, 2018 from 12:00-1:30 pm
College of Adaptive Arts, 1401 Parkmoor Ave #260, San Jose, CA 95126, USA
$10.00 per Family
Limited Space please RSVP :
AFBA families are invited to become a part of the Nutcracker Ballet. We will recreate the party scene, be visited by the Sugar Plum Fairy and enjoy some wonderful performances. All our Workshop Dancers are also invited to join us on Stage at Christmas in the Park on 12/08 at 4pm.
Saturday, December 15, 2018, 2:30 to 4:00pm - Stanford University
Sunday, December 16, 2018, 3:00 to 4:00pm - St. Cyprians Church, San Francisco
FREE but rsvp requested
Join us for our annual holiday extravaganza! Live jazz, a sing-a-long, and a surprise visit from Santa PLUS special this year, many of our artists, dancers and musicians, will be from our disability community.
WEEKLY DRUM CIRCLE: UPDATE
Drum Circle is CANCELLED for Saturday, November 10, 2018 because of smoke from wildfires.
Hope we can start back up again next week
(Check back on this website, or our Facebook group)
DRUM CIRCLE REGULAR SCHEDULE:
WHAT: Inclusion Drum Circle, for families with and without autism and developmental disabilities
DATE: Every Saturday starting September 1, 2018 [Check webpage to confirm dates/location]
TIME: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
LOCATION: Pomeroy Center, 207 Skyline Boulevard, San Francisco, CA
Come share good times with the new drum circle hosted by Autism Fun Bay Area and Pomeroy Center! This an open community space for children and adults with developmental and other disabilities, as well as neurotypical families, friends, and friends-to-be. No experience necessary -- this is a fun activity accessible to everyone from any level of functionality and skill.