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Extreme Kids and Crew Events For December

Thanks for sharing, Beth!

Extreme Kids & Crew is a parent-run non profit dedicated to causing a great scene for Brooklyn’s kids with disabilities, their families and friends. They are all about creating a warm and encouraging atmosphere where children and adults of every ability and disability can relax, have fun, and enjoy the experience of being deeply accepted and celebrated for the people that they are.

They offer workshops in the arts and movemen, parent education nights, free family concerts, and much more.

I recently posted about their new sensory playspace that opened this past weekend. For more info click here.

The Printmaking Workshop: Make your own cheap and eco-friendly gift wrap for the holidays! 

December 3: 1-4 

40 Brevoort Place 

Suggested donation for members/ $10 for nonmembers 

Please RSVP!!!


Music & Play with the cellist-songwriter Serena Jost!

Sunday, December 4. Show begins at 4 pm.

40 Brevoort Place

Free but Please RSVP


Parent Teach In with Huck Ho of the Smile Center

Huck is a truly great occupational therapist who also has fathomless knowledge about the jumble of NYC special needs systems. He will provide an overview of OT, PT, and Speech therapies and how they can help your child.  Parents may also sign up for an individual consult with Huck and their child. At this time, he can show you particularly beneficial ways that you can use the equipment at Space No. 1. 

Sunday, December  11

10 to noon. 

Free for members. $25 for non members.   


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