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Skyzone Special Needs Time  - Skyzone Fishers 

Special Needs time is meant for those of our jumpers who may need more guidance from a friend, family member, or caretaker. The 2nd Monday of every month at 6 pm is just the time to do so!

Special Needs Time is on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6 pm. Just $8 per kiddo and one parent or guardian jumps free!A Sky Zone liability waiver must be signed by each parent or legal guardian. One parent jumps for free with each ticket purchased. All participants must wear SkySocks. 


Bongo Boy  Music School 


Event Time: Every Monday Evening - Drum Circle from 6:45pm-7:30pm Event Cost: FREE Event Location: Bongo Boy Music School - 8481 Bash St. Suite 1100 Indianapolis, IN 46250 (Located in the Castleton Area about .3 miles north of 82nd street on Bash St.) Contact us: Email or call Lisa at 317-771-0241 


This drum circle is specifically tailored for the Adults/Teens with special needs community. We welcome families, music and recreational therapists & their clients, and organizations working with children and adults with special needs. It is required that all caregivers/therapists stay with their clients and we ask that the ratio stay at 1 caregiver/2 clients, unless cleared by Lisa Colleen, our lead Facilitator. This allows our facilitators to properly lead the group and keep the groove in motion. Drums will be provided by Bongo Boy Music School and REMO.

Gymstars  -  Flip Zone

Children with autism, ages 3 to 12, can learn coordination, listening, and social skills in a 45 minute class offered by The Flip Zone. Parents can watch while the children have fun being active as they learn simple gymnastic techniques. This class is FREE. Please call the front desk to register your child. Our GymStars meet on Saturdays from 9-9:45 am.


Class Details:

Special consideration is made throughout the class to promote social skills, sensory integration, eye contact, coordination and any other special modifications needed to meet the needs of each participant. Students are challenged to engage through the use of floor time, while still absorbing the benefits gymnastics offer to children on the Autism Spectrum in a fun and positive environment. Our ultimate goal is to teach basic gymnastics skills, while improving the child’s physical well-being, self-esteem, and overall ability to interact with others.

Want to promote your business here or tell us about a fun event? Please contact us with the information and we will be happy to help!  

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