Conversation with Families at The Works Museum


The Works Museum is hosting a conversation with families who have previously visited the museum, and who have a 5 to 12 year-old child/children on the autism spectrum. They’d like to hear about your experience during family visits to the museum, as well as any museum programs your child has participated in. The Works Museum seeks to be more welcoming to learners with autism and their families.

There are a limited number of spots available – you must RSVP to attend. Email by February 12th if you are able to join us.

Supervision will be provided for children ages 6-12 who would like to explore in the museum during the conversation. Please let them know in your RSVP if you would like to take advantage of this offer. Include the number and ages of your children, so staffing can be arranged.

  • When: Saturday, February 17, 9:30 – 11:00 am
  • Where: The Works Museum, 9740 Grand Avenue, Bloomington 55420
  • Conversation will take place in the Group Lobby at the Museum
  • Coffee and pastries will be served

Author: Shannon

Shannon parents a son on the spectrum, lives in MN and writes to stay sane. She is passionate about connecting families to the services that will transform their lives. Read her full bio here.

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