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LightHouse will be closed on Wednesday, June 19 for the Juneteenth holiday.

Events in October 2020

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Sep 27
Sep 28
Sep 29(1 event)

7:00 pm: Not So Bored Game Night (online)


Sep 29

Each week students from the Lighthouse Youth Program gather for our virtual Not So Bored Game Night. A weekly evening of fun and games for Blind and low vision youth from all over. Games start at 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings and will include trivia contests, scavenger hunts and other interactive games that will have youth making friends. In addition, the LightHouse staff each week’s games will be led by a guest mentor that will also share insight into their education, career and life as a person who is blind or has low vision.

Who: students under 18 that are blind or have low vision
What: weekly game night and guest mentor spotlight via zoom When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Anywhere you can access a Zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program
Parents & Guardians: we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Not So Bored Game Night, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Sep 30
Oct 1(2 events)

4:00 pm: Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club


Oct 1

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at JGump@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

4:00 pm: Reel Escape: Audio-Described Movie Club


Oct 1

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 2
Oct 3
Oct 4
Oct 5
Oct 6(1 event)

7:00 pm: Not So Bored Game Night (online)


Oct 6

Each week students from the Lighthouse Youth Program gather for our virtual Not So Bored Game Night. A weekly evening of fun and games for Blind and low vision youth from all over. Games start at 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings and will include trivia contests, scavenger hunts and other interactive games that will have youth making friends. In addition, the LightHouse staff each week’s games will be led by a guest mentor that will also share insight into their education, career and life as a person who is blind or has low vision.

Who: students under 18 that are blind or have low vision
What: weekly game night and guest mentor spotlight via zoom When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Anywhere you can access a Zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program
Parents & Guardians: we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Not So Bored Game Night, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 7
Oct 8(2 events)

4:00 pm: Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone)


Oct 8

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

October's 8's movie is: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at JGump@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

4:00 pm: Reel Escape: Audio-Described Movie Club


Oct 8

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 9
Oct 10
Oct 11
Oct 12(1 event)

7:00 pm: Monthly Mentor Mondays: Your Virtual Technology Toolbox


Oct 12

Second Monday of the month: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

This fall, LightHouse’s Youth Program is excited to offer a new series for our youth that are blind or have low vision. In this new monthly series, Lighthouse staff will lead the panel of young blind leaders through a conversation about topics important to the success of youth. Each month will have new mentors sharing their thoughts, stories and advice about that month’s topic. Students that attend will also have ample time to ask questions to that month’s mentors. Topics of our monthly panel will include subjects such as advocacy, career exploration, social interaction, self-determination, accessible technology and recreation and leisure, with a focus on the additional challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has given all of us.

Upcoming Topics

October 12 - Your Virtual Technology Toolbox

For our October Monthly Mentor Monday, youth will learn about all sorts of high and low-tech gear that that other blind and low vision youth use to be successful.  Whether it’s a simple slate and stylus or a quick note, the latest braille display, or software that can help you access for class materials or things in other aspects of life.

November 9: Making connections as a blind or low vision student
December 14: TBD

If you have any questions or would like to RSVP to Monthly Mentor Mondays, please contact, Jamey Gump at jgump@lighthouse-sf.org or 415-694-7372. RSVP by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before each event.

Oct 13(2 events)

6:00 pm: National Federation of the Blind San Francisco Chapter Meeting (online)


Oct 13

The National Federation of the Blind is a nationwide community of members that believe blind people can live the lives they want. We meet online via Zoom with the following schedule:

5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Connections, a semi-structured time to get to know chapter members
6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Virtual Happy (Half) Hour
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. – Chapter Meeting

To RSVP, contact Christina Daniels at ms.christina.daniels@gmail.com.

*Please note, this group is not afflicted with LightHouse.

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7:00 pm: Not So Bored Game Night (online)


Oct 13

Each week students from the Lighthouse Youth Program gather for our virtual Not So Bored Game Night. A weekly evening of fun and games for Blind and low vision youth from all over. Games start at 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings and will include trivia contests, scavenger hunts and other interactive games that will have youth making friends. In addition, the LightHouse staff each week’s games will be led by a guest mentor that will also share insight into their education, career and life as a person who is blind or has low vision.

Who: students under 18 that are blind or have low vision
What: weekly game night and guest mentor spotlight via zoom When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Anywhere you can access a Zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program
Parents & Guardians: we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Not So Bored Game Night, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 14
Oct 15(2 events)

4:00 pm: Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club (Hocus Pocus)


Oct 15

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

October 15's movie is: Hocus Pocus

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at JGump@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

4:00 pm: Reel Escape: Audio-Described Movie Club


Oct 15

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 16(1 event)

4:00 pm: ACCESS Success - Accessing Advocacy: Creativity, Improvisation, and Acting


Oct 16

ACCESS Success! (Attaining College or Careers to Explore Skills and Strengths) - October 16-17, 2020

Friday, October 16 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and
Saturday, October 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Accessing Advocacy: Creativity, Improvisation, and Acting

In observance of blindness awareness and employment activities in October, this month’s 2-day ACCESS Success session will emphasize the important concept of advocacy and inform choice. You will hear from a panel of peer advocates as well as speak with professionals working in the advocacy space. We  will explore all thing advocacy from speaking up for yourself to broad actions such as accessible voting. Do not miss the perfect opportunity for you to get all things advocacy related answered! In addition, you will also apply advocacy concepts in interactive improvisation scenarios. The cohort experience allows transitional age youth to support one another as you explore your strengths, identify interests, discover resources, and  develop your identities to cultivate informed choice around attainment of post-secondary outcomes.

The ACCESS Success  (Attaining College or Careers to Explore Skills and Strengths) workshops provide a platform for transition-age youth (ages 14-24)  to investigate employment and post-secondary topics in-depth both as a cohort experience and with individualized support. The ACCESS Workshops provide a platform for you to further explore a specific independent living, post-secondary, or employment topic in-depth from Friday-Saturday as well as meet new friends, blind/low vision mentors, and stay connected! The ACCESS Success pre-employment transition skills curricula and learning outcomes are intentionally designed to focus on the five (5) required pre-employment transition skills activities (DOR student services) under the national Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.  You can join using your phone, tablet, or computer. The entire weekend module is 8 hours in length and held on Friday evening and Saturday

Learning Objectives:

  1. Youth will receive job exploration counseling and be aware of different careers which incorporates advocacy as a key component of the job role.
  2. Participants will practice critical  work-readiness training to develop soft skills including advocacy, communication, collaboration and public speaking as students work with one another during interactive activities.
  3. Students will receive instruction in self-advocacy refinement and increase connection to positive blind and low vision mentors during Mentor Spotlight sessions.
  4. Youth will learn and about various ways to discover and identify their voice from self-advocacy to accessible voting.
  5. The interactive and group-based structure nature of the ACCESS Success workshop provide opportunities for students to refine their workplace readiness soft skills including effective social and professional communication and emotional well-being all while building community with their blind and low vision peers.
  6. Youth will continue to refine and receive support around critical Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) concepts including assistive technology use and independent living skills throughout the ACCESS Success sessions.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining us for ACCESS Success, please:

  1. Contact your Department of Rehabilitation counselor to discuss workshop attendance and authorization.
  2. Confirm attendance with Ann Wai-Yee Kwong, Transition Program Specialist, by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-484-8377.

If you have any questions or would like to join the workshop, please contact youth@lighthouse-sf.org.  NOTE, workshop attendance must be confirmed one week prior and Zoom information will be sent out before the session.

Oct 17(2 events)

10:00 am: ACCESS Success - Accessing Advocacy: Creativity, Improvisation, and Acting


Oct 17

ACCESS Success! (Attaining College or Careers to Explore Skills and Strengths) - October 16-17, 2020

Friday, October 16 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and
Saturday, October 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Accessing Advocacy: Creativity, Improvisation, and Acting

In observance of blindness awareness and employment activities in October, this month’s 2-day ACCESS Success session will emphasize the important concept of advocacy and inform choice. You will hear from a panel of peer advocates as well as speak with professionals working in the advocacy space. We  will explore all thing advocacy from speaking up for yourself to broad actions such as accessible voting. Do not miss the perfect opportunity for you to get all things advocacy related answered! In addition, you will also apply advocacy concepts in interactive improvisation scenarios. The cohort experience allows transitional age youth to support one another as you explore your strengths, identify interests, discover resources, and  develop your identities to cultivate informed choice around attainment of post-secondary outcomes.

The ACCESS Success  (Attaining College or Careers to Explore Skills and Strengths) workshops provide a platform for transition-age youth (ages 14-24)  to investigate employment and post-secondary topics in-depth both as a cohort experience and with individualized support. The ACCESS Workshops provide a platform for you to further explore a specific independent living, post-secondary, or employment topic in-depth from Friday-Saturday as well as meet new friends, blind/low vision mentors, and stay connected! The ACCESS Success pre-employment transition skills curricula and learning outcomes are intentionally designed to focus on the five (5) required pre-employment transition skills activities (DOR student services) under the national Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.  You can join using your phone, tablet, or computer. The entire weekend module is 8 hours in length and held on Friday evening and Saturday

Learning Objectives:

  1. Youth will receive job exploration counseling and be aware of different careers which incorporates advocacy as a key component of the job role.
  2. Participants will practice critical  work-readiness training to develop soft skills including advocacy, communication, collaboration and public speaking as students work with one another during interactive activities.
  3. Students will receive instruction in self-advocacy refinement and increase connection to positive blind and low vision mentors during Mentor Spotlight sessions.
  4. Youth will learn and about various ways to discover and identify their voice from self-advocacy to accessible voting.
  5. The interactive and group-based structure nature of the ACCESS Success workshop provide opportunities for students to refine their workplace readiness soft skills including effective social and professional communication and emotional well-being all while building community with their blind and low vision peers.
  6. Youth will continue to refine and receive support around critical Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) concepts including assistive technology use and independent living skills throughout the ACCESS Success sessions.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining us for ACCESS Success, please:

  1. Contact your Department of Rehabilitation counselor to discuss workshop attendance and authorization.
  2. Confirm attendance with Ann Wai-Yee Kwong, Transition Program Specialist, by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-484-8377.

If you have any questions or would like to join the workshop, please contact youth@lighthouse-sf.org.  NOTE, workshop attendance must be confirmed one week prior and Zoom information will be sent out before the session.

10:30 am: California Council of the Blind San Francisco Chapter meeting (online)


Oct 17

The San Francisco Chapter of the California Council of the Blind invites you to our monthly meeting via Zoom. For more information, contact Frank Welte by Email at Frank.A.Welte@gmail.com or by phone at 510-541-1442.

*Please note, this group is not affiliated with LightHouse.

Oct 18
Oct 19(1 event)

7:00 pm: LightHouse & Enchanted Hills Camp Youth Program Council


Oct 19

At LightHouse we take great pride in having a strong community filled with many wonderful students. With this wonderful group of students comes great ideas and a diverse perspective that we hope to learn from. To help learn more and ensure LightHouse and EHC provides programs that youth both want and need, we have formed the LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council. This council will consist of a group of ten young leaders that are blind or have low vision that wish to give back to future students, gain leadership experience and strengthen their resume. Below in you will find more information about what it means to be a council member and how to get involved.

What are the benefits of serving as a member of the LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council?

  • Volunteer hours for your resume or graduation requirements
  • Gain deeper connections with the EHC, LightHouse and the blind and low vision community
  • LightHouse swag item, such as a LightHouse or EHC shirt for each year of service completed

What we are asking of the members of the LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council?

  • Participate in the regular meetings of LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council.
  • Support LightHouse and EHC youth programs by volunteering time during some of the programs hosted by LightHouse and EHC in some sort of leadership capacity.
  • Help promote LightHouse youth programs and activities within your networks.
  • Provide feedback and insight into ways past and current program options can be improved.
  • Share new program ideas or activities that other youth might enjoy or benefit from.

How do I apply to be a member of the LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council?

  • You must meet the following qualifications:
    • youth between the ages of 16 and 24
    • a person who is blind or has low vision
    • participant of a LightHouse or EHC program within the last year

To apply please send an email with the following items to youth@lighthouse-sf.org:\

  • A statement of interest and intent in why you wish to be member of the Lighthouse and EHC Youth Program Council.
  • Contact information for one of the following references:
    • Teacher
    • TVI or O&M specialist
    • A current or past LightHouse and EHC program staff or mentor
    • A current member of LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council
    • Conduct interview with the LightHouse Youth Team

We look forward to hearing your voice as we work together to shape future programs and encourage your growth as a leader in our community. Please feel free to email us at youth@lighthouse-sf.org if you have any questions about the LightHouse and EHC Youth Program Council.

Oct 20(1 event)

7:00 pm: Not So Bored Game Night (online)


Oct 20

Each week students from the Lighthouse Youth Program gather for our virtual Not So Bored Game Night. A weekly evening of fun and games for Blind and low vision youth from all over. Games start at 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings and will include trivia contests, scavenger hunts and other interactive games that will have youth making friends. In addition, the LightHouse staff each week’s games will be led by a guest mentor that will also share insight into their education, career and life as a person who is blind or has low vision.

Who: students under 18 that are blind or have low vision
What: weekly game night and guest mentor spotlight via zoom When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Anywhere you can access a Zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program
Parents & Guardians: we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Not So Bored Game Night, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 21
Oct 22(1 event)

4:00 pm: Reel Escape: Audio-Described Movie Club


Oct 22

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 23
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Oct 27(1 event)

7:00 pm: Not So Bored Game Night (online)


Oct 27

Each week students from the Lighthouse Youth Program gather for our virtual Not So Bored Game Night. A weekly evening of fun and games for Blind and low vision youth from all over. Games start at 7:00 pm on Tuesday evenings and will include trivia contests, scavenger hunts and other interactive games that will have youth making friends. In addition, the LightHouse staff each week’s games will be led by a guest mentor that will also share insight into their education, career and life as a person who is blind or has low vision.

Who: students under 18 that are blind or have low vision
What: weekly game night and guest mentor spotlight via zoom When: Tuesday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: Anywhere you can access a Zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program
Parents & Guardians: we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Not So Bored Game Night, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 28
Oct 29(1 event)

4:00 pm: Reel Escape: Audio-Described Movie Club


Oct 29

To help you break up the routine and escape for some fun, join your friends for our weekly Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club. This weekly remote social gathering of blind and low vision youth takes place over zoom on Thursday afternoons at 4:00 pm. Films will be family-friendly and have audio descriptions enabled. Join us each week to help choose future films. Past films have included: Toy Story, Frozen, Inside out, Minions, Lion King and many other classics.

Who: Students under 18 that are Blind or have Low Vision
What: Audio Description Movie Club via Zoom
When: Thursday afternoons @ 4:00 pm Where: anywhere you can access a zoom meeting
RSVP: Zoom meeting information will be shared with those that RSVP by 5:00 pm of the day before the program

Parents & Guardians, we’d love your help getting your children connected to our virtual program, however, once they have joined, we ask that you please give them the space to participate individually.

If you are interested in signing up for the Reel Escape Audio Description Movie Club, please contact Jamey Gump by email at youth@lighthouse-sf.org or by phone at 415-694-7372.

Oct 30(1 event)

7:00 pm: En Comunidad (In Community)


Oct 30

En Comunidad

Cuándo: Octubre 30, 2020 de 7:00 PM a 8:00 PM

Dónde: Zoom, plataforma virtual (en cualquier lugar se puede acceder a alguna reunión de Zoom. Puede unirse usando su teléfono, tableta, o computadora. La información de Zoomserá compartida con los que se registren antes del evento.)

Quen: Familias de estudiantes ciegos o con baja visión de 14 a 22 años de edad

Que: Todos son bienvenidos! En comunidad es un programa diseñado para traer recursos e información relevante a estudiantes y sus familias, en español. Vengan a aprender, hacer preguntas, A construir comunidades con otras familias de estudiantes ciegos o con baja visión, y A conocer mentores.

Ha estado en busca de nuevas estrategias para cocinar, limpiar, y organizar? Quiere aprender más sobre los centros de aprendizaje para jóvenes ciegos y de baja vista? Entonces traigan a sus preguntas y a sus familias, y acompáñenos en octubre para nuestra siguiente reunión de En Comunidad, dónde nos uniremos por una hora, aprendiendo y conectando con otros.

Para preguntas o para reservar, por favor de contactar a Daisy Soto a:

Dsoto@lighthouse-sf.org, (805)657-7138.

* Aceptamos donaciones*

 

En Comunidad (In Community)

When: October 30, 2020, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Where: Via Zoom (Zoom can be accessed almost anywhere. Join us by using your phone, tablet, or computer. Zoom information will be shared prior to the event with those who RSVP.)

Who: Families of youth ages 14-22 and their blind and low vision child or student.

What: All are welcome! En Comunidad is a program designed to bring students and their families valuable resources and relevant information, in Spanish. Come to learn, ask questions, build connections with fellow families of blind and low vision students, and meet blind mentors!

Have you been looking for some good cooking, cleaning, or organizing strategies? Do you want to learn a little more about living skills blindness centers? Then bring your families, your questions, and join us for our second installment of En Comunidad, and spend an hour learning and connecting with others.

For any questions and to RSVP, please contact Daisy Soto at:

Dsoto@lighthouse-sf.org or 805-657-7138.

*Donations Encouraged*

Oct 31

The events for the upcoming week are read aloud on our event hotline every Friday, which can be accessed by calling 415-694-7325. For more information about visiting the Adaptations Store, head to our shop page.

The LightHouse is scent-free. Please abstain from wearing colognes, perfumes, or other scented products. Additionally, coffee must be securely lidded at all times and citrus should not be peeled on the premises. Thanks for supporting our efforts to respect chemical sensitivities!

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