Play Groups

A Place for All Pieces
Murrieta
www.aplaceforallpieces.org
Art and Science Club meets every other month, and provides an opportunity for children on the spectrum to explore, socialize and develop friendships, in a supporting environment.  Events include small and directed activities so that everyone can get to know each other and build a strong and healthy bond. Previous activities have included science experiments, cooking, painting and holiday parties.

Autism Society Inland Empire – Indoor Adventure Night
www.ieautism.org
(951) 220-6922
Just Play Adventure Park, 7391 East Ave, Fontana
Held on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. Fun for the entire family and all ages. This Adventure Park is a giant trampoline park with an indoor playground for smaller children, rock walls, dodgeball, and more! $7 donation per jumper (a savings of $12 per jumper)! Parents/caregivers are free! You must have or purchase jumping socks for $2. Check the calendar for the latest info.

Autism Society Inland Empire – PLAY Together Family Night
Chino
(951) 220-6922
www.ieautism.org
The Autism Society Inland Empire (ASIE) partnership with the Chino Youth Museum for PLAY Together Family Night. This will be an opportunity for children with autism and other disabilities under the age of 6 years AND their family to have fun in a sensory friendly atmosphere. There will be snacks and fun! Cost is $5 per family – normally $4 person.  Guests will explore interactive exhibits, including a theater where they can play dress up, a bank to count their millions, and a science room where they can blast off in astronaut gear.    Dates will be 4th Friday of the month 5pm-7pm.  You must RSVP. Check the calendar for the latest info.

My Play Club – The Arc of Riverside County
Riverside
http://arcriverside.org/mpc-philosophy/
Contact: Debbie Piantadosi – dpiantadosi@arcriverside.org
Free play date for children with and without special needs and their families. My Play Club meets every third Saturday of the month at the universally accessible playground at Fairmount Park in downtown Riverside.

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