October 2021
Zane's Upcoming Events and News
A HUGE thank you to all that helped make our 11th Annual Fundraiser and Casino night a success!
Our 11th Annual Family Fun Fair & Exceptionalities Expo
AKA “Trunk or Treat”


Trunk or Treat will take place at:

The Church in Silver Lake
October 30, 2021!

This fun event is for the whole family!

Free Legal Clinic
The Ohio Center for Deaf Blind education
Center for Applied Drama and Autism
Here are just a few of their upcoming fall offerings that will be offered virtually:     
 
Intro to Comedy: Explore the basics of comedy across multiple formats including improvisation, sketch comedy and stand-up. Analyze what is funny and what isn't in the 21st century as comedy has evolved in multiple forms across Instagram, TikTok and other platforms. The class will create a final project that will be posted on social media. John Lynch and Ruben Ryan, Mondays 6 - 7 PM ET
 
Writer's Room: Collaborative writing is the standard process for all types of television programming. Learn how to bring your special talents to a group process. The class will create a final project that will be shared on social media.  Jordan Euell and Eve Urban, Wed 6:30 - 7:30 PM ET
 
Intro to Voice Acting: Learn the mechanics of vocal production while exploring the variety of vocal opportunities available for actors with powerful and flexible voices. Students will learn how to prepare a portfolio with sample of their voice work.  Mikaia Ross and Wendy Duke, Saturday 3 - 4 PM ET
 
Improv for All: For all ages, abilities and levels of experience. Improvisation is naturally inclusive! By learning to "Say Yes!" actors develop scenes that can incorporate favorite characters and genres. Improv helps actors work on communication skills for stage and real life.   Ruben and Brandon, Sat 11 - noon

OCALI -Free Webinar
The Journey: Creating the Perfect Storm: Developing Meaningful Vocational Experiences for Youth with Complex Needs
Monday, October 25, 2:30–3:10 p.m.
Learn more about developing vocational experiences for students with developmental disabilities, including youth with complex needs. Hear more about the importance of starting early, the relationship between work experiences and self-determination, and making the experiences intentional, authentic, and chaining/bridging the experiences so they lead to paid employment. Using actual cases, presenters will highlight what they have found to be most successful, including the importance of collaboration with the agencies and individuals that work with these students. 

Presenters: Kathy Kleiser and Josh Welhener, Transition Coordinators, Greene County Board of Developmental Disabilities

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