Events & Calendar

Overview

Events & Calendar

Community Event

Art & Advocacy Exhibits at the California Museum

“Art & Advocacy: To Be Developmentally Disabled (TBD)” is a new exhibit of original works by California artists with developmental disabilities.

Presented in partnership with the California Disability Community Action Network (CDCAN) and Choices Person Centered Services with the California Person Centered Advocacy Partnership, Claraty Arts and The Art of Autism, the exhibit challenges assumptions about people with developmental disabilities.

Community Event

Social Network for parents and caregivers of an African American child with a disability

This group has the goal of empowering parents to become strong advocates for the needs of their child.  This group meets monthly at the UC Davis MIND Institute from 6-8 pm.

This is a free event and dinner and childcare will be provided.  

Please pre-register by emailing cjgrevious@ucdavis.edu.  Please call (916) 703-0403 for more information.

Community Event

Free Sibling Workshops

A Sibling Workshop is a place and time to play games and mingle with friends who “get it” about the good (and sometimes not-so-good) parts of having a sibling with special needs.

Registration links will open 60 days prior to workshop date.  Call (916) 455-9500 for more information or for assistance with online registration.

Community Event

Workshop Series in Spanish

This series of workshops held in February, March, April, and May, are sponsored by the MIND Institute, the Center for Excellence is Developmental Disabilities (CEDD) and the WarmLine Family Resource Center- they will be provided in Spanish.

The events will be held at the UC Davis MIND Institute Auditorium in Sacramento.  Please call their Spanish line at (916) 703 0439 or email belhernandez@ucdavis.edu to register.

General information

Elk Grove Youth Baseball-Champion Division

Registration is open to enroll in the Elk Grove Champion Division of their Youth Baseball program.  The Champion Division is open to children and young adults between the ages of 6 and 21 (as long as they are enrolled in high school) who have a cognitive or physical disability.

The season is 8 games played on Sundays at Rau Park.  

Anyone interested in coaching or being a buddy to a player, you can sign up to volunteer  Click on the link below and scroll down to the Champions Division information!

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