• Families Advocating for Change in Educaton

    Families Advocating for Change in Educaton

    The group is for parents and others who want to work collaboratively with schools to achieve better educational outcomes and help children with special needs exceed expectations.
    Meets from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. the 2nd Thursday of each month at Ridgeview Medical Center, 500 South Maple Street in Waconia.

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  • MOMS Club of Shakopee

    MOMS Club of Shakopee

    meets at 9:30 a.m. the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Cross of Peace Lutheran Church, 1506 Wood Duck Trail in Shakopee.
    Call Erin at 952-496-2163 for more information

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  • SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council)

    SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council)

    Connect with other families and resources to discuss issues and make positive changes in coordination with the schools for our youth.
    "Like" us on Facebook to find out more:: Shakopee SEPAC District 720
    For more information contact:
    Mary Alice Fredricks, maaf1216@gmail.com or 952-233-2447 or Sharlene James-Whited, sjameswhited@gmail.com or 952-233-3730

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  • Happy Healthy Mommy Meet-Up

    Happy Healthy Mommy Meet-Up

    This group brings together like-hearted parents to share insights and experiences while we empower each other through this adventure in parenting.
    Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
    Location: Pathways Connect, 4201 Dean Lakes Blvd in Shakopee
    Littles welcome and light snacks provided.
    For more information contact Kristen at 952-402-9355

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  • Shakopee's All Inclusive Playground at Lions Park

    Shakopee's All Inclusive Playground at Lions Park


    An inclusive playground is intended to provide accessible, age and developmental appropriate activities that stimulate all children physically, emotionally and socially. Rather than one large play structure, inclusive playgrounds use smaller, individual components designed to fit different needs and provide unique sensory experiences. This includes the use of land forms to provide contour and challenges to the park, tunnels, group activities and animals to touch and find, etc. The playground’s surface would be poured-in-place rubber.

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