We've been having so much fun on Zoom, we are adding additional class offerings.
This class is 4 weeks long and will meet Thursdays on Zoom Oct. 15 - Nov. 5.
Feeling a little blue and out-of-sorts lately? Navigating life in a pandemic can be difficult! Let’s get together weekly to foster friendships, mindfulness, and joy during these uncertain times.
Register for one event or all three, there's certain to be something for everyone.
Our October Zoom Hangout will be Halloween themed! Feel free to come dressed in a costume! This event is FREE.
On Friday, October 23 we will have an in-person social club at the Maryland Corn Maze in Gambrill, MD! This social club is strictly limited to 10 participants and has a low cost of $20. Carpooling is available and masks are required for this event.
NEW to the social club lineup, we will have a Virtual Gaming with Friends event on Zoom on October 16th! Nintendo Switch required for this FREE event.
On October 12th, Evan will be joining Art of Performing Co. A as an Assistant Teaching Artist!
Evan Darr is a sophomore majoring in psychology at McDaniel College. This will be his second year working with Barrier-Free after serving as an intern for the 2019 - 2020 season. Evan has always gone above and beyond the call of duty for Barrier-Free by taking on extra responsibilities that include set painting, social club mentoring, and more. Outside of classes, Evan is a member of the McDaniel tennis team and Alpha Phi Omega - a co-ed service fraternity. In his free time, he likes to hang out with friends and family, watch sports, and listen to some classic rock music. Evan is super excited for his second year working with Barrier-Free!
We look forward to having Evan with us again very soon!
World of Possibilities Disability Expo
Barrier-Free will be a part of the World of Possibilities Disability Expo at Westminster TownMall this weekend!
"The World of Possibilities Disabilities Expos provide an opportunity for you to enhance your knowledge and explore disability related products, services, technology and resources available."
We are proud to be funded in part by an Arts Opportunity Mini-Grant from the Carroll County Arts Council.
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