Girl’s Club is an incredible club founded by Vicky Ryan. It’s all about inclusivity, friendship and fun! Girl’s Club is for girls of all ages and abilities (regardless of required supports or level of independence) with events ranging from tea parties to wall climbing, movie nights to yoga nights, talent shows and so much more!… Read more »
Our little Minecraft Club was interviewed by CBC radio in their broadcast entitled “Shining a Light across the Autism Spectrum.” Here is the link to the full broadcast featuring various stories from individuals on the spectrum and their families. Our group was honoured to be included! Have a listen! Shining a light across the Autism… Read more »
Our next gathering is on April 26th from 5:30pm-7:00pm at the PAFN (Pacific Autism Family Network) library space, 3688 Cessna Drive in Richmond. To register for your spot, click the link (we are capped at 20 Minecrafters) Registration Link
What a wonderful event! Thanks to all who participated and thanks to those who stopped by! Happy World Autism Awareness Day!
Come and visit our Minecraft Club table at the World Autism Awareness Day Event at the PAFN Centre in Richmond on Monday, April 2nd. We will have some activities for the kids! See you there.
My little guy loves this short but sweet Minecraft Yoga video. Check it out!
Run by a parent volunteer, the Minecraft Club is an inclusive space for Minecraft enthusiasts to come together and play! Our mission is to inspire connection through sharing tips, tricks and playing together! Who? All are welcome! Players should be able to log themselves in and have a basic understanding of the game as this… Read more »