Children Programs

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The Chattanooga State Music and Theatre Departments present the Broadway Musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” - music and lyrics written by Clark Gesner (based on the loveable Peanuts characters created by Charles Schulz). The production is directed by Jeff Parker with musical direction by Jennifer Arbogast and choreography by Lindsay Fussell ($10 donation, free admission for CSCC students and faculty with college identification).

Linda Hershey is captioning using our LED electronic captioning board.

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We will meet out front a few minutes before 3 and go in as a group. If you are late, you can tell the front desk that you are a part of the TN Hands and Voices. 

Going out for dinner downtown afterward for those interested. Restaurant suggestions are welcome! 

The cost for the museum is free!

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We offer Sibshops to children ages 8 - 13 who have brothers or sisters with any special needs (not only deafness), meeting every 8 weeks. We also offer Teen Sibshops for those kids who have "aged out" of the traditional Sibshop program. RSVP Required - contact Tina!

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We offer Sibshops to children ages 8 - 13 who have brothers or sisters with any special needs (not only deafness), meeting every 6 weeks. We also offer Teen Sibshops for those kids who have "aged out" of the traditional Sibshop program. RSVP Required - contact Tina!

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We offer Sibshops to children ages 8 - 13 who have brothers or sisters with any special needs (not only deafness), meeting every 8 weeks. We also offer Teen Sibshops for those kids who have "aged out" of the traditional Sibshop program. Pre-registration is required - contact Tina.

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Super HERO Sibshop - A program just for brothers and sisters (8-13 years old) of kids with special needs. Food, games and fun! 

Cost: $5.00 per child (a limited number of scholarships are available)

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Who: Brothers and sisters of children with special needs.

Ages: 6-12 years

What: Sibshops are best described as opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with special needs to obtain peer support and education within a recreational context. Sibshops intersperse information and discussion activities with games that are unique and up-beat. Sibshops give siblings a chance to share, have fun, build friendships and find support!

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Sibshops are best described as opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with special health and developmental needs to obtain peer support and education within a recreational context. Sibshops intersperse information and discussion activities with games that are unique and up-beat. The program gives siblings a chance to share, have fun, build friendships and find support. Sibshop reflects the Boling Center's commitment to families by focusing on the well-being of the family member most likely to have the longest lasting relationship with the person with special needs.

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In the winter months the group will meet at the address provided but during the warmer months they will meet at various parks. Make sure to get added to the email list to know which park the group is meeting at.