Enjoy! July 2020

Less to Enjoy!  Many of the groups that typically have listings in the Access Press Enjoy! pages have suspended activities, […]

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Less to Enjoy! 

Many of the groups that typically have listings in the Access Press Enjoy! pages have suspended activities, have gone to online services or are offering limited services. Please check with a venue or organization before heading out. Contact theaters to see when shows will be rescheduled and if tickets will be honored. With museums, check to see when or if interpreted and sensory activities will continue. Some sensory activities are only offered during the school year. 

Many theater companies and arts organizations are offering virtual activities only. Check to see what is available through the Minnesota Access Alliance calendar.

Drama Interaction 

Drama Interaction offers free virtual camps and classes for children, teens and adults this summer. Offerings include Super Hero Theater, Pete the Cat Camp, Adult Theater and Dance, and more. Participants with special needs may find having a parent, sibling or para attend with them to be helpful. Apps used for virtual learning will be SEESAW and ZOOM (both free). FFI: www.cokartscenter.com/summercamps2020.html 

ProAct cancels tournament 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ProAct’s 2020 Golf Classic Event, set for Mon, Aug. 31, is canceled. It is ProAct’s only fundraiser. Those who have already contributed to the 2020 event should watch for outreach as to how to proceed with refunds. 

AuSM golf tournament 

Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM) presents the AuSM Golf Classic Thu, Aug. 3 at the Royal Club in Lake Elmo. The event be adjusted to accommodate Minnesota’s COVID-19 pandemic regulations. Golfing foursomes will participate in a double-tee start, where groups will be assigned tee times and will begin on either the 1st or 10th holes and play a full round of 18. Tee times will run from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Event is limited to 25 foursomes. Cost is $640 per foursome. FFI: www.ausm.org 

Art camps offered 

Upstream Arts and its partners offer a series of camps July 6-17. The Summer Arts Collective offers week-long art camps for children, teens and adults with disabilities. Upstream Arts offers classes along with other organizations. Create visual art with MSS, enjoy poetry and song with Unrestricted Interest, dance with Young Dance, write with Cow Tipping Press, and lift up spirits in music and song with Rhiannon Fiskradatz. Take one class or sign up for all. Each one-hour session is $10. Scholarships available. FFI: www.upstreamarts.org 

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