Saturday Young Adults Club Returns for the Fall 2020 Season

Date posted: October 14, 2020

Stepping Stones Saturday Young Adults Club I Cincinnati, OhioAfter breaking for the summer camp, Stepping Stones’ Saturday Young Adults Club is back in full swing! The popular recreation program invites teens and young adults with disabilities for an evening of connecting with their peers over seasonal activities. 

Saturday Young Adults Club operates every weekend from 3 to 8 pm at Stepping Stones’ Givem Campus in Indian Hill. With 23 scenic acres, accessible hiking trails and several sheltered program spaces, it is the perfect environment for outdoor activities. 

Getting in the spirit of the season, club members have enjoyed a series of fall-themed activities! On a nature scavenger hunt, participants explored the world around them, looking for various types of leaves and other natural objects such as pinecones. Staying active, the program also took advantage of beautiful weather with outdoor yoga sessions and soccer matches.

In Sensory Science, the small groups took part in a neat science experiment that made popcorn seeds — dance!! Participants have also gotten in touch with their creative side, making colorful maracas and painting canvases using a resist art technique with leaves found around campus. 

Looking for Weekend Recreation Opportunities?

With COVID-19 modifications in place, Stepping Stones’ Saturday Young Adults Club has a handful of openings for new participants. The program serves individuals age 15 through 25 and each session is $55. Club dates with openings are: Nov. 7, Nov. 21, Dec. 5 and Dec. 19. 

To learn more about Saturday Young Adults Club and register for future dates, click here

Stepping Stones Saturday Young Adults Club I Cincinnati, Ohio

Saturday Young Adults Club Supervisor Lexie Groth and Tyler decorate a pumpkin cutout.

Stepping Stones Saturday Young Adults Club I Cincinnati, Ohio

Andrew and Saturday Young Adults Club Counselor Paige Walker play a life-sized game of tic-tac-toe with pumpkins and gourds as the Xs and Os.


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