Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church
6914 Wurzbach Rd, San Antonio, TX (edit map)
TEXAS ADULTS W/AUTISM AND
M E E T I N G
August 18, 2012
The Texas Adults w/Autism and Intellectual DisAbilities A Parent & Advocacy Group of San Antonio Support Group for Families & Friends of Adults on the Autism Spectrum or other disAbilities.
This meeting is free and open to ALL!
Come & join us August 18th, this group takes form of providing relevant information, relating personal experiences, listening to others' experiences, providing sympathetic understanding and establishing social networks.
*** MEETING LOCATION CHANGE***
Time: 2:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Topic: Open Forum
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (Gym)
6914 Wurzbach Rd
San Antonio, Texas 78240
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting -
RSVP to: Irma Canfield @ email@example.com * 210-262-6740 *
You may also contact:
Debby Valdez @ firstname.lastname@example.org 210-508-2165
Sorry, we do not have child care available for this meeting.
Subject to change, so please RSVP, thank you!
Are you ready to take charge of your wellness? Are you ready to be empowered by your pen? Then join our writing workshop where you’ll learn how to use art, poetry and playwriting to express your inner voice.
DATE: Sat Aug 18th
PLACE: IAMA Coffee House 1627 Broadway
Tickets only $25 online at http://writingforwellness.eventbrite.com/ or at the door if space still available.
FREE Open Mic, a meta-metaphor for freedom, a place where your art can be presented to the public at large without having to submit said work to an authorizing board, without having to present your resume, pay a registration fee, nor possess credentials of any sort.
We welcome all folk musicians, poets and lovers of the arts. Come with an open mind. Share or simply enjoy the healing power of art while enjoying a great steaming cup of cafe' cortado, a slice of fresh baked cranberry bread or IAMA signature deli sandwich.
Donations will gladly be accepted to help H.U.G. M.E. Ink in it's mission to de-stigmatize mental illness by educating on mental health through entertainment via theater, poetry, literature, music & the arts.