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Archive for September 2015

GiGi’s Playhouse-Art Explosion (9+yrs.)

Come to GiGi’s Playhouse on September 29th from 5:30-6:30PM to express your creativity.  The Art Explosion Program offers individuals 10+ years of age a creative outlet to express themselves through a variety of creative projects.  This Program also promotes positive peer interactions and socialization.  All programs at GiGi’s Playhouse are free of charge.   GiGi’s…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Hop, Skip,and Jumpers Program (3-5 yrs.)

Bring your children to GiGi’s Playhouse Hop, Skip & Jumpers Program on Saturday, September 26th from 10:00-11:00AM.  This program increases positive social interactions among peers and siblings while at the same time promotes gross motor development to minimize the impace of low muscle tone through a variety of activities.  At the same time, it provides…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Teentastic (12-18 yrs.)

Plan for another fun “Teen Night” at GiGi’s Playhouse on September 25th from 6:00-8:00PM.  The recommended age group for this program is 12-18 yrs of age.  Different social activities are planned for our Teens.  This program is designed to promote positive peer relationships and the ongoing social skills development.   All programs at GiGi’s Playhouse…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Volunteer Orientation

Calling all Volunteers.  If you would like to contribute your time and talent to a worthwhile organization, plan to attend a Volunteer Orientation at GiGi’s Playhouse on September 20th from 3:00-5:00PM.  We need volunteers in several different areas, literacy tutors, program leaders, program volunteers, administrative volunteers etc.   GiGi’s Playhouse is located at 9160 E.…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Friday Friends (18+ yrs.)

Come on out for another fun Friday Night on September 18th at GiGi’s Playhouse.  Friday Friends is for adults with Down Syndrome 18+ years of age.  This program promotes positive peer relationships and facilitates social interactions between adults with DS, their peers, and the community.  Our adults have a blast!  All programs at GiGi’s Playhouse…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Kids Clubhouse (8-12 yrs.)

Plan to join us at Kids Clubhouse on Thursday, September 17th, 4:30-6:00PM at GiGi’s Playhouse located at 9160 E. Shea Blvd. Suite 103B, Scottsdale.  This program encourages positive peer interactions through creative and social activiites.  It promote positive self-esteem, self awareness and confidence.  The kids develop positive social skills.  This program is recommended for youth…

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GiGis Playhouse Inc./Phoenix-Amazon Smile

When you shop at Amazon, you can support GiGi’s Playhouse Inc./Phoenix through Amazon Smile.  GiGi’s is a non profit organization that relies on donations from family, friends, and the business community to operate.  It is easy to setup on  Just select GiGi’s Playhouse/Phoenix as your charity of choice and a portion of the sales…

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GiGI’s Playhouse-Busy Bodies (2yrs. and under)

Join us on Saturday, September 12th, from 10:00-11:00AM for GiGi’s Playhouse Busy Bodies Program.  This program is designed for children 2yrs. and under.  The goals of this program are to increase social interactions among peers and siblings.  It provides a positive setting for parents to share experiences and learn from each other.  In addition it…

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GiGi’s Playhouse-Friends, Fun & Fitness(10+yrs)

Join us Friday, September 11th, from 6:00-7:00PM for Friends Fun & Fitness.  Personal Trainer, Lisa Robins will be thre to help us get in shape!!  Please dress appropriately, comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.  You can go to our webpage, to RSVP for this program.  Space is limited to sign up early.   Hope to…

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Orangetheory Fitness Fundraiser for GIGI’s Playhouse

GiGi’s Playhouse Phoenix has a Mission to increase positive awareness of Down Syndrome through campaigns, educational programs, and by empowering individuals with Down Syndrome and their families and the community.  We know that by helping individuals with Down Syndrome reach their highest potential, we can change outdated perceptions that people may have.  The end result…

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