Junior Explorer’s are celebrating White Cane Week at our club meeting on January 28th!
Did you know that you could play games with, and sings songs about your white cane? Did you know that you can incorporate braille into food and crafts? Join the Junior Explorer’s on Saturday January 28 for all of this and more!
White Cane Week was created by the Canadian Council of the Blind to raise awareness about blindness and visual impairment. This year, White Cane Week is February 5 – 11, and we want to get in the spirit early!
When: Saturday January 28, 2017 from 12:00 until 2:00 pm.
Where: Bridgeview Community Centre in Surrey 11475 – 126A Street, Surrey – a 10 minute walk from Scott Road Skytrain Station.
Who: Children who are blind or partially sighted and their sighted siblings. Parents are welcome to observe, or relax and meet other parents in our parents lounge.
Parking: There is plenty of parking in the Bridgeview Community Centre parking lot.
If you plan to attend please register no later than Wednesday January 25 by Emailing email@example.com
Please let us know the names and ages of the children who will be attending and whether they have any food allergies.
New Junior Explorer members are always welcome!
All children must be members of Blind Beginnings. You can become a member at www.blindbeginnings.ca
The Junior Explorer’s Club invites children who are blind or partially sighted and their sighted siblings to meet one Saturday a month. The purpose of the club is to introduce children to a variety of recreational and artistic activities, teach basic skills related to physical activity, foster the development of friendships, and have fun! The unique learning and developmental needs of blind children are addressed to help them develop cognitive, social, creative and coordination skills through sports activities, creative arts, music and other recreation activities.
Activities will be developed for children 5 to 12 years of age. Children who are younger than 5 or older than 12 who would enjoy activities for this age group are welcome.
Blind Beginnings would like to thank Westminster Savings for providing funding for this program.