Young Thinkers
Nov
6
6:30 PM18:30

Young Thinkers

Asperger’s Alliance provides a safe place where people on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome to be themselves, and we are widening our family to include elementary school students.

Our Young thinkers Program Provides students in Elementary and Middle School Students a place where they are allowed to be creative, explore the world around them, and most importantly, make new friends.

Through fun activities and interactive experiments, participants in young thinkers will learn important skills in three areas:

  •      Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
  •      Positive coping strategies to reduce restrictive or repetitive interests
  •      Social development (improving social and emotional reciprocity)

If you are worried about leaving your child alone for even a moment, we propose this solution: All young thinkers will be introduced to a member of college-age emerging adult group, who will serve as friend and partner throughout your child’s journey. Members of our peer council, a small collective of our emerging adults who have demonstrated leadership skills, will also be actively working with our Young Thinkers.

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Full Spectrum
Nov
6
6:30 PM18:30

Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum is our first program specifically designed for working adults. Full Spectrum was designed to celebrate the full range of strengths and talents of our participants while recognizing the need for an outlet to develop social relationships and a safe environment to foster personal growth.

This program incorporates specific planned social outings in addition to Asperger's Alliance's monthly activities, resources for independence and knowledge from various professionals

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Navigators
Nov
6
6:30 PM18:30

Navigators

We spend our entire lives learning to navigate. From an early age and throughout childhood and adolescents, we are taught the fundamental skills to navigate the world around us. However, for some individuals being able to recognize social cues or demonstrate appropriate foresight, planning and judgment makes successfully transitioning into adulthood challenging.

Navigators focuses on interpersonal relationships, executive functioning and employment readiness skill development through a combination of skill building meetings, social activities, volunteer and employment readiness experiences.

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ASPERGER'S & ANXIETY
Oct
9
6:30 PM18:30

ASPERGER'S & ANXIETY

Asperger’s and Anxiety Group is designed to help support high school and emerging adults with developing coping strategies to assist them with social and emotional challenges.  This group provides a safe environment for participants to share their challenges and encourages mutual support from group participants. Program facilitator will incorporate cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques when appropriate to help participants solve problems or reduce anxiety, but the goals of the program are for group participants to learn to listen and provide advice to one another based on similar experiences and to build and encourage each other through each success achieved.

Asperger's & Anxiety is scheduled the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m beginning September 25th.

Registration: Registration is currently open and participants are welcome to join at anytime during the upcoming 6-sessions.

 

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Address
Address
Asperger's & Anxiety is only open to High School and Young Adult Age Participants at this time.
Message/Information for Group Facilitator
Asperger's Alliance does it's best to recognize our participants on their special day. Please share with us your birthday.
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Young Thinkers
Oct
2
6:30 PM18:30

Young Thinkers

Asperger’s Alliance provides a safe place where people on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome to be themselves, and we are widening our family to include elementary school students.

Our Young thinkers Program Provides students in Elementary and Middle School Students a place where they are allowed to be creative, explore the world around them, and most importantly, make new friends.

Through fun activities and interactive experiments, participants in young thinkers will learn important skills in three areas:

  •      Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
  •      Positive coping strategies to reduce restrictive or repetitive interests
  •      Social development (improving social and emotional reciprocity)

If you are worried about leaving your child alone for even a moment, we propose this solution: All young thinkers will be introduced to a member of college-age emerging adult group, who will serve as friend and partner throughout your child’s journey. Members of our peer council, a small collective of our emerging adults who have demonstrated leadership skills, will also be actively working with our Young Thinkers.

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Navigators
Oct
2
6:30 PM18:30

Navigators

Our October Workshop will focus on mental health awareness and recognizing poor coping strategies and risky behavior.

We spend our entire lives learning to navigate. From an early age and throughout childhood and adolescents, we are taught the fundamental skills to navigate the world around us. However, for some individuals being able to recognize social cues or demonstrate appropriate foresight, planning and judgment makes successfully transitioning into adulthood challenging.

Navigators focuses on interpersonal relationships, executive functioning and employment readiness skill development through a combination of skill building meetings, social activities, volunteer and employment readiness experiences.

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Full Spectrum
Oct
2
6:30 PM18:30

Full Spectrum

Our October Workshop will focus on mental health awareness and recognizing poor coping strategies and risky behavior.

Full Spectrum is our first program specifically designed for working adults. Full Spectrum was designed to celebrate the full range of strengths and talents of our participants while recognizing the need for an outlet to develop social relationships and a safe environment to foster personal growth.

This program incorporates specific planned social outings in addition to Asperger's Alliance's monthly activities, resources for independence and knowledge from various professionals

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Asperger's Alliance Superhero Dash and Autism Resource Event
Sep
29
8:00 AM08:00

Asperger's Alliance Superhero Dash and Autism Resource Event

Asperger's Alliance is excited to hold our first Superhero Dash and to present to you an Autism Resource Event to provide families in our community with access to the supports and services to meet their needs. With your participation and support of this fun family event, we hope to expand our current programming, including launching the first independent living program in Delaware specifically for individuals with Autism Spectrum Diagnoses (Asperger's Syndrome). Our goal is to launch Maria's House in 2019, dedicated to Maria Zakula, a longtime advocate of Asperger's Alliance and mentor to many of our participants. The sponsorship's and individual contributions from this event will go to support this endeavor.

Please check back frequently as we will be updating all of our supporters, providers, and superhero size surprises.

Superheroes Assemble!

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Navigators
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Navigators

Our September Workshop will focus on being effective communicators and working with difficult people. 

We spend our entire lives learning to navigate. From an early age and throughout childhood and adolescents, we are taught the fundamental skills to navigate the world around us. However, for some individuals being able to recognize social cues or demonstrate appropriate foresight, planning and judgment makes successfully transitioning into adulthood challenging.

Navigators focuses on interpersonal relationships, executive functioning and employment readiness skill development through a combination of skill building meetings, social activities, volunteer and employment readiness experiences.

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Full Spectrum
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Full Spectrum

Our September Workshop will focus on being effective communicators and working with difficult people. 

Full Spectrum is our first program specifically designed for working adults. Full Spectrum was designed to celebrate the full range of strengths and talents of our participants while recognizing the need for an outlet to develop social relationships and a safe environment to foster personal growth.

This program incorporates specific planned social outings in addition to Asperger's Alliance's monthly activities, resources for independence and knowledge from various professionals

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Young Thinkers
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Young Thinkers

Asperger’s Alliance provides a safe place where people on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome to be themselves, and we are widening our family to include elementary school students.

Our Young thinkers Program Provides students in Elementary and Middle School Students a place where they are allowed to be creative, explore the world around them, and most importantly, make new friends.

Through fun activities and interactive experiments, participants in young thinkers will learn important skills in three areas:

  •      Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
  •      Positive coping strategies to reduce restrictive or repetitive interests
  •      Social development (improving social and emotional reciprocity)

If you are worried about leaving your child alone for even a moment, we propose this solution: All young thinkers will be introduced to a member of college-age emerging adult group, who will serve as friend and partner throughout your child’s journey. Members of our peer council, a small collective of our emerging adults who have demonstrated leadership skills, will also be actively working with our Young Thinkers.

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Relax & Retreat
Sep
4
6:30 PM18:30

Relax & Retreat

Our September Workshop will focus on strategies to promote positive behavior.

Asperger's Alliance recognizes that as a parent or caregiver of a child or young adult on the Autism Spectrum, there is an expectation for you to be an expert in all areas and that can be an isolating experience.

Asperger's Alliance created Relax & Retreat to validate your experiences, promote self-care and equip you with the resources to feel empowered to walk this journey.

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Hershey Park Happy!!
Aug
18
8:00 AM08:00

Hershey Park Happy!!

It's time for our annual trip to Hershey Park!

Cost: Ticket: $39.00 Note: Hershey is giving us a discounted rate from the $67.80 rate and tickets need to be ordered by August 7th. Payment is due by the August 7th Group meeting (Cash or Check made payable to Asperger's Alliance). By registering for this event, I understand that I am responsible for the cost of my ticket after August 7th, even if I am unable to attend.

Food/Beverages: $30.00 -We recommend that you bring at minimum $30.00 for food. We plan to stop on the way home for dinner (which will require approx. $10.00) and you are responsible for the cost associated with any food you wish to purchase in the park.

Transportation: For those that require transportation, the cost is $15.00/person to ride in van.

For those families who wish to carpool or will require transportation for this trip, please meet us at 896 & Route 4 Park & Ride no later than 8:00 a.m.

For those families who will be meeting us at Hershey, please plan to meet us at Group Ticket Sales at 11:00.

Those families who are carpooling we will plan to leave Hershey by 6:00, stop for a quick bite to eat, and plan to arrive back to the park & ride by 9:30 p.m.

Name *
Name
Phone *
Phone
Address *
Address
Transportation *
Our Hershey Park Trip requires a lot of logistics and planning. You must reserve your spot no later than August 7th. Parents volunteering to help with transportation, please designate the number of seats.
Medical Waiver
All participants must have a current health waiver form on file to participate in this event.
If you are attending this event without a parent, please provide emergency contact information below.
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Annual Family Beach Trip/BBQ!
Aug
11
9:00 AM09:00

Annual Family Beach Trip/BBQ!

It's that time of year...time for our annual Beach Day Trip!

We will once again will be going to Strathmere, New Jersey, right below Ocean City for our beach day. We will spend the afternoon at the beach and head back to the Mahaffey Family home for a BBQ and Campfire.

Transportation: We will be car pooling from the 896 Park & Ride. Please plan to meet at 9:00 AM (9:30 AM Departure) and we will return home at approximately 9:00 PM. Parent drivers needed. For all drivers, there is a $1.50 cash toll to use the bridge for the beach.

Food: Asperger's Alliance will provide burgers, hot dogs and s'more makings for the trip. Please plan to bring a side-dish, snack or dessert to share.

Please confirm your spot no later than Tuesday, August 7th.

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Phone *
Phone
Transportation will be required to this activity and in order to ensure everyone has a ride, please indicate if you need a ride or a parent/guardian is able to assist with transportation.
Medical Release *
All participants must have a current health waiver completed.
If you are attending without a parent/guardian, please provide the name and contact number for who should be called in the event of an emergency.
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Full Spectrum
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Full Spectrum

Our July Workshop will be a panel discussion focusing on substance use, anxiety/depression and risky behaviors.

Full Spectrum is our first program specifically designed for working adults. Full Spectrum was designed to celebrate the full range of strengths and talents of our participants while recognizing the need for an outlet to develop social relationships and a safe environment to foster personal growth.

This program incorporates specific planned social outings in addition to Asperger's Alliance's monthly activities, resources for independence and knowledge from various professionals

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Relax & Retreat
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Relax & Retreat

Our July Workshop will be a panel discussion focusing on substance use, anxiety/depression and risky behaviors.

Asperger's Alliance recognizes that as a parent or caregiver of a child or young adult on the Autism Spectrum, there is an expectation for you to be an expert in all areas and that can be an isolating experience.

Asperger's Alliance created Relax & Retreat to validate your experiences, promote self-care and equip you with the resources to feel empowered to walk this journey.

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Young Thinkers
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Young Thinkers

Asperger’s Alliance provides a safe place where people on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome to be themselves, and we are widening our family to include elementary school students.

Our Young thinkers Program Provides students in Elementary and Middle School Students a place where they are allowed to be creative, explore the world around them, and most importantly, make new friends.

Through fun activities and interactive experiments, participants in young thinkers will learn important skills in three areas:

  •      Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
  •      Positive coping strategies to reduce restrictive or repetitive interests
  •      Social development (improving social and emotional reciprocity)

If you are worried about leaving your child alone for even a moment, we propose this solution: All young thinkers will be introduced to a member of college-age emerging adult group, who will serve as friend and partner throughout your child’s journey. Members of our peer council, a small collective of our emerging adults who have demonstrated leadership skills, will also be actively working with our Young Thinkers.

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Parent/Guardian Emergency Contact Number *
Parent/Guardian Emergency Contact Number
Age *
Birthday
Birthday
We at Asperger's Alliance do our best to recognize our participants on their special day. Please help us out by providing your child's birthday for our records.
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Navigators
Aug
7
6:30 PM18:30

Navigators

We spend our entire lives learning to navigate. From an early age and throughout childhood and adolescents, we are taught the fundamental skills to navigate the world around us. However, for some individuals being able to recognize social cues or demonstrate appropriate foresight, planning and judgment makes successfully transitioning into adulthood challenging.

Navigators focuses on interpersonal relationships, executive functioning and employment readiness skill development through a combination of skill building meetings, social activities, volunteer and employment readiness experiences.

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Relax & Retreat
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Relax & Retreat

Our July Workshop will be a panel discussion focusing on substance use, anxiety/depression and risky behaviors.

Asperger's Alliance recognizes that as a parent or caregiver of a child or young adult on the Autism Spectrum, there is an expectation for you to be an expert in all areas and that can be an isolating experience.

Asperger's Alliance created Relax & Retreat to validate your experiences, promote self-care and equip you with the resources to feel empowered to walk this journey.

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Young Thinkers
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Young Thinkers

Asperger’s Alliance provides a safe place where people on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome to be themselves, and we are widening our family to include elementary school students.

Our Young thinkers Program Provides students in Elementary and Middle School Students a place where they are allowed to be creative, explore the world around them, and most importantly, make new friends.

Through fun activities and interactive experiments, participants in young thinkers will learn important skills in three areas:

  •      Communication (verbal and non-verbal)
  •      Positive coping strategies to reduce restrictive or repetitive interests
  •      Social development (improving social and emotional reciprocity)

If you are worried about leaving your child alone for even a moment, we propose this solution: All young thinkers will be introduced to a member of college-age emerging adult group, who will serve as friend and partner throughout your child’s journey. Members of our peer council, a small collective of our emerging adults who have demonstrated leadership skills, will also be actively working with our Young Thinkers.

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Parent/Guardian Emergency Contact Number *
Parent/Guardian Emergency Contact Number
Age *
Birthday
Birthday
We at Asperger's Alliance do our best to recognize our participants on their special day. Please help us out by providing your child's birthday for our records.
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Full Spectrum
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Full Spectrum

Our July Workshop will be a panel discussion focusing on substance use, anxiety/depression and risky behaviors.

Full Spectrum is our first program specifically designed for working adults. Full Spectrum was designed to celebrate the full range of strengths and talents of our participants while recognizing the need for an outlet to develop social relationships and a safe environment to foster personal growth.

This program incorporates specific planned social outings in addition to Asperger's Alliance's monthly activities, resources for independence and knowledge from various professionals

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Navigators
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Navigators

We spend our entire lives learning to navigate. From an early age and throughout childhood and adolescents, we are taught the fundamental skills to navigate the world around us. However, for some individuals being able to recognize social cues or demonstrate appropriate foresight, planning and judgment makes successfully transitioning into adulthood challenging.

Navigators focuses on interpersonal relationships, executive functioning and employment readiness skill development through a combination of skill building meetings, social activities, volunteer and employment readiness experiences.

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Annual Friends & Family Picnic
Jul
7
4:00 PM16:00

Annual Friends & Family Picnic

Join us on Saturday, July 7th on the Reach Church Grounds for our Annual Friends & Family Picnic. Enjoy a burger or hot dog on the grille, participate in some fun and entertaining picnic games, and enjoy an afternoon of good conversation. If you are new to Asperger's Alliance, we encourage you to come out and get involved in our summer family activities. Friends, Family and Community Partners are welcome to attend this fun family event.

Asperger's Alliance will provide burgers & hot dogs, but is asking families and participants to bring a snack, side dish or dessert to share.

A-F: Side Dish or Finger Food Tray (Feeds 10-12)
G-L: Bottled or Canned Beverages or Water Bottles or Snack Foods (Chips, Pretzels, Finger Foods) (Feeds 10-12)
M-Z: Desserts (Feeds 10-12)

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Checkbox *
Please provide us with the name of your parent/guardian and emergency contact number in case of an emergency.
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Summer Movie Nights- Incredibles II
Jun
26
6:30 PM18:30

Summer Movie Nights- Incredibles II

Asperger's Alliance Tuesday summer movie nights have been a popular tradition for several years now and are a great way to encourage socialization and catch a break from the summer heat.

For those of you unfamiliar with summer movie nights, Asperger's Alliance will purchase your ticket in order for us to get reserved seating together and you will pay us for your ticket at the theater.

You can register for summer movie nights 3 easy ways:
1. Register Online: www.aspergersalliance.org/calendar
2. Email Us: info@aspergersalliance.org
3. Comment on Facebook

Summer Movie nights are held at Christiana Cinemark and movie times will always be confirmed the Wednesday before the showing. Cut-Off time to register for any movie night is Sunday at 8:00 p.m.  

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Phone *
Phone
Name and Contact Number for Parent/Caretaker
Disclaimer *
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Fishing & Picnic- POSTPONED
Jun
23
10:00 AM10:00

Fishing & Picnic- POSTPONED

**UPDATE** Due to anticipated storms on June 23rd, this event is being rescheduled. A new date will be announced.  

Join us on Saturday, June 23rd at Northeast Community Park in Northeast, Maryland for fishing fun and a picnic from 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. http://northeastmd.org/government/departments/parks-recreation/.

No fishing license is required at this location, however, if you will be fishing, registration is required and free of charge. Please Register Here

Some fishing equipment will be on site to borrow, however, if you have your own, please plan to bring it that day.

Asperger's Alliance will provide Chicken Salad Sandwiches, but is asking families and participants to bring a snack, side dish or dessert to share.

A-F: Snack Foods (Chips, Pretzels, Finger Foods)
G-L: Bottled or Canned Beverages or Water Bottles
M-Z: Desserts

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Checkbox *
Please provide us with the name of your parent/guardian and emergency contact number in case of an emergency.
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Summer Movie Nights- Solo
Jun
12
6:30 PM18:30

Summer Movie Nights- Solo

Asperger's Alliance Tuesday summer movie nights have been a popular tradition for several years now and are a great way to encourage socialization and catch a break from the summer heat.

For those of you unfamiliar with summer movie nights, Asperger's Alliance will purchase your ticket in order for us to get reserved seating together and you will pay us for your ticket at the theater.

You can register for summer movie nights 3 easy ways:
1. Register Online: www.aspergersalliance.org/calendar
2. Email Us: info@aspergersalliance.org
3. Comment on Facebook

Summer Movie nights are held at Christiana Cinemark and movie times will always be confirmed the Wednesday before the showing. Cut-Off time to register for any movie night is Sunday at 8:00 p.m.  

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Phone *
Phone
Name and Contact Number for Parent/Caretaker
Disclaimer *
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Sky Zone Trampoline Park-Elementary & Middle School Family Night
Jun
11
5:00 PM17:00

Sky Zone Trampoline Park-Elementary & Middle School Family Night

Sky Zone Trampoline Park- Elementary & Middle School Family Night

This is the most excited Sensory Friendly event ever!  We are teaming up with our partners Brain Balance who with Sky Zone are hosting a fun family event for families with High Sensory kids. The event features: 

  • Discount on entrance to the Sky Zone.  50% off for families with high sensory kids. (for first time families)
  • The Family Rock & Roll Testing to assess balance strength and coordination by age level for everyone in the family.   
  • Door Prizes…. Free tickets to Evita being performed by the Delaware All-State Theater.   
  • Presentation on “Family Car Trips and How to Manage Motion Sickness”  Greta Fowler, Executive Director of Brain Balance and parent of the a high sensory kids.
  • Asperger's Alliance staff will be on site with Art in Me & Young Thinkers information and activities.

Date: Monday, June 11, 2018

Time: 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Place: Sky Zone in Newark Delaware 

Tickets: 50% off the regular price

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Philadelphia RenFaire
May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Philadelphia RenFaire

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

A Royal invitation has been extended to all the Lords, Ladys, Maids of Honour and Honourable Esquires of that most venerable institution, Asperger's Alliance!

Step back in time at The Philadelphia Renaissance Faire at Fort Mifflin, near the Philadelphia International Airport May 12, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., rain or shine!

Fort Mifflin’s address is 6400 Hog Island Road, Philadelphia, PA 19153. The easiest way to reach the venue is to travel to the intersection of Enterprise Avenue and Fort Mifflin Road, then follow Fort Mifflin Road. The signs for the fort are on your left.

If traveling to the Faire by car, we have reserved parking for you nearby the fairgrounds at:

Airport Economy Parking Lot PHL
42 Island Avenue
(Alternate address for some mapping and GPS software: Island & Penrose Ave, 4400 Island Ave)
Philadelphia, PA 19153


Park in Section C21-22, labelled “Special Event Parking” and use our FREE shuttle service

Parking costs only $11 per vehicle all day.

Shuttles will be running about every 20 minutes 10:30am – 7:30pm.

NOTE: If our designated parking area in the economy lot is full, you can still park elsewhere in the lot where spots are available at no extra cost! Then walk to the shuttle pickup in sections C21-22.

If you require transportation, our group will be car pooling from the 896 Park & Ride. Please indicate that you need a ride and plan to meet at 10:00 a.m (return 6:00 p.m.).

Parents able to assist with transportation, please also notify us on the registration form below or contact us at becky@aspergersalliance.org.

Tickets are available for purchase on our website, www.phillyrenfaire.com/tickets/. An adult ticket is $20. Tickets for children up to 12 years of age are $15.

The Philadelphia Renaissance Faire does not offer a discount for patrons coming in garb. We thank you for getting in the spirit of the event, and believe that folks in costume have more fun.

Many vendors accept credit cards, while others take cash only. Please be advised that an ATM will be available on site, but your card may be subject to additional charges.

Outside food and drink are not permitted on Faire grounds. Food vendors will be announced on our website, www.phillyrenfaire.com/philadelphia-renaissance-faire-vendors/. For now, rest assured. We have turkey legs.

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Address
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Art In Me- Spin Art
May
8
6:30 PM18:30

Art In Me- Spin Art

Asperger's Alliance is offering seven, 90- minute sessions that will incorporate learning basic art techniques through painting and other mediums.  Additionally, our program will include activities to be completed at home and will commence with an Art Show. The cost is $30.00 for the supplies and toolkit for the entire program or you can drop in to any class for $5.00.

"Art in Me" is Asperger's Alliance Art program, it was developed by Associate and Art Director, Heather Mahaffey. The program focuses on getting creative ideas into the minds of our members and creative materials in their hands. It was formulated to inspire that there is a little artist in everyone and to promote personal expression without perceived ability or self proclaimed talent.

Art has been utilized in therapy for decades and even casual exposure is therapeutic. Our Asperger's family often think along alternative lines and can even have anxiety towards a particular activity. The projects are presented and completed in a safe and relaxed environment and often member driven without critique or criticism from peers or leader. Individuality and personal growth are encouraged.

Art in Me is scheduled the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m at Reach Church beginning January 23rd and will conclude with a celebration and Art Show.

January 23rd

February 13th and February 27th

March 13th and March 27th

April 10th and April 24th

May 8th and May 22nd (Celebration at Glasgow Park)

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ASPERGER'S & ANXIETY
May
8
6:30 PM18:30

ASPERGER'S & ANXIETY

Asperger’s and Anxiety Group is designed to help support high school and emerging adults with developing coping strategies to assist them with social and emotional challenges.  This group provides a safe environment for participants to share their challenges and encourages mutual support from group participants. Program facilitator will incorporate cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques when appropriate to help participants solve problems or reduce anxiety, but the goals of the program are for group participants to learn to listen and provide advice to one another based on similar experiences and to build and encourage each other through each success achieved.

Asperger's & Anxiety is scheduled the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m beginning January 23, 2018.

Registration: Registration is currently open and participants are welcome to join at anytime during the upcoming 8-sessions.

January 23rd

February 13th and February 27th

March 13th and March 27th

April 10th and April 24th

May 8th and May 22nd (Celebration at Glasgow Park)

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