Community Events

Check this page often for community events and fun that may interest you and your student. 

Autism Speaks Walk, Cincinnati: May 18, 2019
Join together with others from the Cincinnati region for the annual Autism Speaks Walk at Coney Island — show your support for the needs of the Autism Community.
AMC Sensory Friendly Films: May 11, 2019
AMC offers sensory-friendly showings of family films the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. Theaters turn the lights up and the sound down, encouraging audience members to dance, walk, shout or sing!
School to Adult Life Transition Series, Butler County: May 8, 2019
School to Adult Life Transition Series (SALT) is a FREE monthly series developed to help students with special needs transition from school to adult life. Parents attend an information session while students (ages 13+) participate in fun interactive activities
Rockin’ Jump Special Needs Jump: May 7, 2019
Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park offers a monthly "Sensory Jump Time" the first Tuesday of every month. Individuals with special needs and their family members can jump and socialize in a comfortable, friendly environment.
Jump Adrenaline Sensory Sunday: May 5, 2019
Adrenaline Entertainment Center trampoline park on Fields Ertel Rd. hosts Sensory Sundays the first Sunday of every month from 10am-12pm.
Showcase Cinemas Sensory Sensitive Screenings: May 4, 2019
Showcase Cinemas, Springdale offers Sensory Sensitive Screenings the first Saturday of every month. Guests may dance, cheer, clap, sing or otherwise engage with the movie.
Lazer Kraze Special Needs Night: May 2, 2019
Lazer Kraze in Mason, OH, and Erlanger, KY, host a Special Needs Night the first Thursday of every month. Players with special needs may bring a friend or family member to play laser tag or in the trampoline park for FREE with the purchase of their own paid admission.
Newport Aquarium Autism & Special Needs Night: May 2, 2019
Sound and lighting accommodations have been made to ensure an enjoyable experience for everyone. Sensory Level guides on Touch, Sight and Sound will be provided, as well as designated calming areas.
Sensory Sunday at Boonshoft Museum: April 28, 2019
The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery offers Sensory Sundays throughout the year. During special hours, the Museum will adjust lighting and sound, have trained volunteer and additional staff, and offer special programs for those who benefit from a less stimulating atmosphere. 
Autism and We: April 27, 2019
Autism and We is a collaborative of African-American parents, clinicians, caregivers and educators with a common goal to support, educate and advocate for a unique segment of the population that are often underrepresented.
AMC Sensory Friendly Films: April 27, 2019
AMC offers sensory-friendly showings of family films the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. Theaters turn the lights up and the sound down, encouraging audience members to dance, walk, shout or sing!
Cincinnati Art Museum Autism Family Exploration: April 27, 2019
This program is designed for families to explore the art museum before public hours, from 9-11 AM.  Families can also participate in an all-ability art making activity! The event is free with no reservations required.  
LIFT Simulation Day: April 27, 2019
CVG's LIFT program helps families with ASD and other disabilities become more familiar with air travel. Registrants must attend the April 17 and April 27 sessions.
School to Adult Life Transition Series, Warren County: April 24, 2019
School to Adult Life Transition Series (SALT) is a FREE monthly series developed to help students with special needs transition from school to adult life. Parents attend an information session while students (ages 13+) participate in fun interactive activities.
Understanding DDBP and Community Support Options: April 22, 2019

Two-hour course for caregivers discussing resources available through the division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at CCHMC, as well as other community supports and services.
Clippard Family YMCA Autism Night: April 20, 2019
Enjoy a night of swimming, snacks, and activities at the Clippard Family YMCA. These evenings are for individuals in the autism community and their families. You do not have to be a Y member.