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Children and Youth Programs

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Braille Carnival in March! Fun! Free!

Braille Carnival! Fun for the whole family!
Prizes, Treats and more...
- Braille and Tactile Crafts
- Storytime and Scavenger Hunt
- Braille Acrobat Challenge
- Bop It Battle and Bowling

Yes, we said prizes! Join the fun on March 7.
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Post-Secondary Connect Online Group

If you are a student interested in connecting with others, exchanging ideas and discussing the challenges of attending post-secondary school with sight loss, join us for our monthly discussions from the comfort of your home or dorm room! This group runs online via Zoom web conference on the second Monday of every month.
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Fashion forward (for youth) - Mississauga

Learn fashion coordination, makeup and styling needs. For youth who are transitioning into young adulthood.
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Youth Ontario United (Y.O.U)

Join other Ontario Youth for a monthly meetup via Teleconference. Learn, engage and share among peers across the province. Chat about a new topic and collaborate to develop new friendships, new skills and initiatives in your community.
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Pursuing our Passions (POP) for youth!

Calling all aspiring artists and musicians! Pursuing Our Passions (POP) will host monthly guest speakers, creatives and professional artists from diverse streams in the art and entertainment industry to share their skills, knowledge and talent and help grow your artistic dreams into successful careers.
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Fun with Art (art workshop for children & youth) - Toronto

An opportunity to use creative techniques, (drawing, painting, collage, colouring, sculpting) to express yourself artistically. We provide all the art supplies. Discover and explore your inner Picasso!  This group meets on the last Sunday of the month.
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Parents educational resources for kids (PERK)

A support program for parents of children with sight loss, combined with interactive family recreational events. The group meets on the last Sunday of the month.