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Children and youth programs

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Book Bizarre!

A festive, fun and free event for readers and crafters of all ages. Drop in or stay all afternoon for a series of author readings, activities and book signings!
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Pursuing our Passions (POP) for youth!

Calling all aspiring artists and musicians! The CNIB Foundation and Toronto Arts Council are partnering to host monthly workshops for youth.
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Fun with Art (art workshop) for ages 16-25

An opportunity to be creative using art as a means of self-expression.
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Parents educational resources for kids (PERK)

A support program for parents of children with sight loss, combined with interactive family recreational events.
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Youth Empowerment

From fashion workshops and makeup classes to theatre and dance, participants will develop their leadership skills in a safe and inclusive environment while engaging with peers in a social setting.
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Beyond the Classroom

This program helps participants gain knowledge and develop social skills as they pursue their education.
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National SCORE program

The national SCORE program is a free summer experience for people with sight loss ages 16-21. It combines the joys of camp with sessions geared to helping you pursue a post-secondary education.