Our events bring inclusive and impactful fun to Easterseals Bay Area families — kids and adults alike!
We are committed to providing unique and memorable community events for our clients and their families, our donors, and our supporters. Whether it’s a special event to raise awareness, a therapeutic family activity, or a fundraiser to support one of our programs, there’s something fun and meaningful for everyone.
Parents Night Out
Need a night off as a parent or guardian? Check out our Parents Night Out program to get a worry-free night to yourself.
Afternoon at the Movies
Looking for some inclusive weekend fun for the whole family? We’ve got you covered with our sensory-friendly Afternoon at the Movies events.
“I got to bring my grandkids to a movie theater like no other. We all had a great time, and they even got to make new friends!”
– Theresa, grandmother
More Local Events
On the first Tuesdays of each month, families with children between the ages of 3 and 8 with varying learning styles and abilities can join a lively and interactive story time at the Village Square Branch Library in San Jose.
Families with children ages 2 to 15 on the autism spectrum are invited to explore the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose after hours at these upcoming special events!
On the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, AMC has the latest flicks available for families with a child or children on the autism spectrum.
For children ages 0 to 5 with special needs, Habitot in Berkeley is the place for free play dates. Meet fellow parents of special needs kids, and get a free return pass for attending.
ESBA prioritizes safety for our employees. To celebrate National Safety Month, we’ve gathered safety tips to help you prepare for every type of situation.read more
We are thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with Abilityforce, Salesforce’s ability inclusion group!read more
Easterseals’ 100th Anniversary at Salesforce Tower included guest speakers, live music, a special Hawaiian blessing, and decorations created Kaleidoscope participants.read more