ASMC is partnering with Wehrenberg Galaxy 14 to present a sensory friendly showing of The Lego Movie. The lights are brought up and sound is turned down. It’s OK if people need to get up and move around or talk.
Download the attached coloring pages for the kids. Color them, scan them, and then email us (or give them to us at the movie) and we'll post them on our Facebook page.
We will also be giving away two lego sets, one for a girl and one for a boy. The kids will be handed a ticket when they arrive.
The movie starts at 11:00 AM, but please be there by 10:30 AM.
All families who have children and adults with autism welcome.
I hope this email finds you warm and rejoicing in the stillness winter brings. The next Wings and Prayers Differently Abled Ecumenical Service will be meeting this Sunday, January 19th at 3pm at Crossroads Chapel – 1049 JC Parkway, Bloomington, IL. We would love to see you there. Light refreshments will be provided following the worship service.
One of our new flyers is attached. Please feel free to post and to pass it on to others who may be interested. You may contact Rev. Cheree’ Johnson (309) 706-2961 or Rev. Mary Armstrong-Reiner (309) 212-0888 with questions or for more information.
Hope to see you there.
Crossroads Chapel, 1049 JC Parkway, Bloomington, IL
Boo! You’re invited to… SSIDs annual Halloween Dance. Who is SSID? Students Supporting Individuals with Disabilities is a registered student organization at Illinois State University that focuses on providing volunteer opportunities for students to volunteer with individuals with disabilities.
Join us for an afternoon of music, dancing, snacks, and crafts! There will be a contest for best costume, so please feel free to dress up!
All ages, disabilities and siblings are welcome!
If you have any questions, or to RSVP, please email Marlee Goldsworthy at email@example.com.
Circus Room in the Bone Student Center, 100 N University St, Normal, IL, 61761
SSID is hosting a day in the park with the families from the Autism Society.
Who is SSID? Students Supporting Individuals with Disabilities is a student organization at Illinois State University that provides volunteer opportunities for students to work with individuals with disabilities in the community.
We will be meeting by the Miller Park playground near the zoo to play games and have snacks. Parents are welcome to drop off their kids or stay. All ages and siblings are welcome.
Please email Marlee Goldsworthy at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP by September 22nd, or with any additional questions.
We hope to see you there!
Miller Park Zoo, 1020 S Morris Ave, Bloomington, IL 61701
Marcfirst will hold its very first camp Saturday, September 21 through Sunday, September 22. Camp will be held at East Bay Camp at Lake Bloomington. Family Camp Weekend is designed for middle school age children with an intellectual or developmental disability. Camp is for families – this includes parents, siblings or other individuals that form the students’ support system.
Camp is designed to provide entertainment, relaxation and exciting new activities for all children in the family and respite for the parents. Food, lodging, and activities are included in the price for camp. If you are interested in a weekend designed with fun activities, meeting new people or getting better acquainted with friends you already know contact Emily at Marcfirst 309-451-8888 ext. 265 or email@example.com.
East Bay Camp, 24248 Ron Smith Memorial Hwy, Hudson, IL, 61748
Saturday, September 21, 2013 (All day) to Sunday, September 22, 2013 (All day)