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Fall FAST Saturday Update

Our FAST Saturdays program for youth will meet the second Saturday of each month and involve a variety of activities. FAST stands for FUN ACTIVITIES and SKILLS TRAINING

We at the Center are excited about new or strengthened collaborations with Rocky Mountain Goal Ball, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR in Boulder is sometimes referred to as NCAR), and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Sports, STEM, and the arts it’s just the balance we’re seeking with our FAST Saturdays!

RSVP to Brent Batron 303-778-1130 x 222 or bbatron@cocenter.org

Saturday September 13 – Rocky Mountain Goal ball

2 – 6 pm

Come and learn the sport of Goal ball with Matt Simpson, para-Olympic goal ball star

Goal ball will be played Saturdays at the Colorado Center for the Blind nearly every week this fall!! A complete schedule will follow shortly.

Saturday October 11 – FAST Saturday Science

10 am – 2 pm

We will get a chance to see the sky in action in this astronomy workshop. Instructors will be John Ristvey from UCAR and Ben Wentworth, retired from the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (CSDB). They’ll use atmospheric tents to show us how to understand comets and different aspects of our sky.

Lunch is provided!

Sunday October 26 – Audio Described play

“Lord of the Flies” at DCPA

We have reserved seats for this audio described play located on the DCPA campus. Tickets are only $20 for this amazing theatrical performance. Tickets will be available on a first come first re-served basis.

We will also have tickets available to upcoming performances such as “A Christmas Carol”, “One Night in Miami” and some Broadway shows such as “Cinderella”, “Annie” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”.

Saturday November 8 – FAST Saturday Meets Super Saturday

UCAR in Boulder

We will be joining John Ristvey at UCAR to participate in their Super Saturday Program

Find out how “measuring weather happens! There will be a wind tunnel, the “Little Shop of Physics” and launching of weather balloons, just for starters.

Stay tuned to this web site for more FAST Saturday news!

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