New Sessions for TDN Connect
TDN Connect continues with fun programming and new workshops this spring and
summer. The program is designed to connect people and provide a way to learn new skills and independent living completely online. People interested need only a phone, tablet, or computer and internet access to attend. All classes are offered through Zoom.
Many of the programs remain the same, including cooking, exercise, and a book club. Creative writing
sessions have been added along with new crafts for the upcoming months.
Programming includes: Cooking Energize with Exercise Crafting Club Beyond the Book Club Mental Health
Check-Ins Creative and adaptive writing
Recreation In Person
Do you like drawing or painting? Have you always wanted to kayak down the river on a warm, summer day? The Disability Network is offering two classes in person this spring and summer. Expressions: Inclusive Art Class is held at Flint Institute of Arts and introduces artists to different mediums and techniques. Classes run the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
Our inclusive kayaking program, iKayak, provides an opportunity for people s to participate in adaptive kayaking on beautiful Buell Lake. Equipment, training, and 1:1 support included! These are small classes to help ensure safety and social distancing. Masks will be worn for in-person events.
Contact Carrie Gerdeman at 810-742-1800 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!