What Is My Play Club?
My Play Club is a play date for children with and without special needs and their families hosted by The Arc of Riverside County. My Play Club meets every third Saturday of the month at the universally accessible playground at Fairmount Park in downtown Riverside. The Arc of Riverside County is committed to children with special needs by promoting inclusion, providing community integration, and increasing the quality of life for the individuals we serve.
My Play Club Coordinator
Is there a cost for My Play Club?
-My Play Club is 100% free
Who can attend My Play Club?
-Children with and without special needs, ages 0-17
Where does My Play Club meet?
-Fairmount Park at 2601 Fairmount Blvd. Riverside, CA 92501
When does My Play Club meet?
-10:30 am to 1 pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month, February through October
How can I register my child?
-Attend one of the monthly events to fill out a registration form. Be sure to RSVP to our events on our Arc Riverside Facebook page.
Come Play With Us!
We are committed to encourage socialization between children with and without special needs and their families in a recreational, therapeutic, dignified and safe environment. Join hundreds of children throughout the year in arts & crafts, interactive games, face painting and MUCH more!
Network With Parents!
Learn from other parents and direct support professionals on educational and community resources that are available to increase connectivity and knowledge that will guide your child through an ever-changing world.
My Play Club has extended its monthly programming to include fun-filled trips to local movie theaters, amusement parks, aquariums, and more. Don’t miss out on all the opportunities the community has to offer!
My Play Club Summer Day Camp
My Play Club offers a summer day camp with a curriculum designed to combine education, occupational and physical therapy, and fun to strengthen the individuality of each camper in a dignified environment. This is a unique opportunity to engage your child with special needs AND their siblings as most summer camps for children are cost prohibitive and don’t offer the same structure that allows for children with and out special needs to enjoy one camp together. Early childhood development and occupational/physical therapy professionals are donate their time to service these young families who may not have been granted the necessary support for their children. This is the only inclusive summer camp in the Inland Empire. These children can enjoy aquatic activities, horseback riding, recreational sports, and so much more.
2017 Summer Camp Announcement: Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Arc of Riverside County will not be hosting a summer camp in 2017. Please stay tuned for updates in 2018. Thank you.