We would love to have you visit the Playhouse but please schedule and confirm your visit by calling 608-709-1411 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before coming by.
Our group programming is still virtual and you can RSVP in the calendar below.
GiGi's Playhouse Madison • 4104 Monona Drive, Madison, WI 53716
IN PERSON – Special Olympics Young Athletes
October 2 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
AGES 5-12 years old only
Please read this important information:
- Pre Registration is Required prior to the session starting.
- You must commit to attending all 8 sessions (8 consecutive Saturday’s)
- We will be masking in the Playhouse and will be required for families and participants to participate in this session.
- Space is VERY limited so each participant will only be able to bring 2 family members. (One Caregiver and One Sibling or Two Caregivers)
If you can commit to 8 weeks, participants age is 5-12, and you agree to only bring 2 family members in addition to the participant then RSVP below.
Once you RSVP we will be in contact with additional registration that is required by Special Olympics.
You may also need to fill out an updated Family Form and another GiGi’s form if you have not done so recently.
Special Olympics Young Athletes is an early childhood play program for children ages 5 to 12 years old. Young Athletes introduces basic sport skills, like running, kicking and throwing. Young Athletes offers families, teachers, caregivers and people from the community the chance to share the joy of sports with all children.
Young Athletes provides children of all abilities the same opportunities to advance in core developmental milestones. Children learn how to play with others and develop important skills for learning. Children also learn to share, take turns and follow directions. These skills help children in family, community and school activities.
Young Athletes is a fun way for children to stay active and establish healthy habits for the future. It is important to teach children healthy habits while they are young. This can set the stage for a life of physical activity, friendships and learning.