Get out of the house and take the kids to the movies! The Byrd Theatre & Foundation offers a monthly Sensory Friendly movie. Join ASCV for the movie E.T. on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 2 pm.
Jacob’s Chance indoor soccer will be led by VCU Kinesiology and Health Sciences instructor and former VCU men’s soccer player Matthew Scott.
All games are held at SCOR (1385 Overbrook Rd)
4:00-5:00pm Juniors/ Seniors
Come get un-angry at the Vibe! Max’s Positive Vibe Cafe’s VibeFrost is January 20th with 5 bands starting at 6 pm.
Mark your calendar for the Teens in the Kitchen cooking class scheduled for 10am Saturday, March 10, 2018.
Autastic Avenues is teaming up with Publix Super Markets’ Aprons Cooking School in the Nuckols Place store location (5400 Wyndham Forest Drive, Glen Allen, Va. 23059) for our first ever Teens in the Kitchen cooking class.
Greater Richmond ARC has a new website! https://www.richmondarc.org/
Because so many more people are using smartphones to access websites, we have made the site more user friendly. It is much more agile than our last site and gives us the ability to update easily. As our needs and our programs evolve, we can keep you posted in real time.
Recognition showcases Bon Secours’ commitment to patient safety and quality
Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center and Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital have been selected as a Top General Hospital for 2017 by The Leapfrog Group, an independent hospital watchdog organization. Announced today, the Leapfrog Top Hospital award is widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive honors American hospitals can receive. This is the fourth recognition as a Top Hospital St. Mary’s Hospital and the first recognition for St. Francis Medical Center.
Friday, January 19, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Join Miracles in Motion and Jacob’s Chance for a Dance Workshop!
All ages 3-25 welcome.
Mind Body Art Group for Teens will start again in January – dates and times TBD soon.
Emotional awareness & exploration is not always easy but through the power of art and mind-body practices participants will better understand, release, and regulate anxieties, fears, sadness, as well as joys & successes. Art therapy, yoga and other sensory experiences will be used to develop healthy coping skills, release anxiety, heal from past and present traumas, and connect with others in a meaningful and healthy way. Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to join.
Please join Full Circle Grief Center’s Junior Board for an entertaining night to kick off a year-long celebration of Full Circle’s 10th Anniversary. Adrian H. Wood, PhD. is the author of Tales of an Educated Debutante and full-time wife and mother of four, one with special needs. She will share her personal glimpses of everyday life where satire meets truth and despair meets joy. This educated debutante escapes the laundry and finds true meaning in graceful transparency. Known for keeping it real, Adrian’s reflection on the life we envisioned versus our present reality as well as her spin on the day-to-day tasks involved with ‘adulting’ is sure to have the audience laughing in their seats. The evening also includes a Meet and Greet Wine and Dessert Reception with Adrian, an audience Q&A session with Adrian, and the opportunity to learn more about Full Circle. Full Circle is Richmond’s comprehensive grief resource center providing professional grief support services to children, adults, and families struggling with a death of a loved on. Full Circle believes in the power of groups, the benefit of creative expression, the value of a family approach, and the importance of providing services to all individuals, regardless of the ability to pay. Don’t miss out on your chance to join us for this special night. Get your tickets today at www.fullcirclegc.org.