The Earle Baum Center is a nonprofit regional community center in Santa Rosa California, serving people with sight loss in Napa, Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino Counties.
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Earle Baum Center Employee receives High Honors from County of Sonoma
Meets every Wednesday from 2:15-3:30pm in room 3. This is instructor-led, 10-week session and beginners are welcome.
Ukulele is our most popular class and we are always looking for new and budding ukulele players. Each session is 10 weeks, with new sessions beginning regularly. Please call the front office for details.
Birding by Ear - Thursday, April 19, 2018 from 1:30 to 3:30 - location to be determined by weather conditions.
Birds, like humans, have their own unique language and learning it is an essential part of enjoying this wonderful outdoor experience.
The Earle Baum Center of the Blind Presents
ART History Through Touch and Sound
10 week series we are studying the
Baroque Art of the 17th Century
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Check out our Tandem Bike Program
At the Earle Baum Center, we teach people with vision loss the skills needed to live independent, successful lives. To practice those skills, gain confidence, and explore various interests and activities, we have a Learning Independence For Enjoyment (LIFE) program. One of our most active groups is our tandem bicycle group, who call themselves the "Baum Squad"!
Please join us at the Earle Baum Hang-Out/Game Night, second Tuesday of every month.
Come join kids, volunteers, and parents of all ages and backgrounds hangout at the Earle Baum Center for the Blind with some snacks, accessible games, fun talks, and laughs.
The Earle Baum Center is offering a space for people to come together and talk, as a community that was deeply affected by their experience with the recent fires. This is for our blind and visually impaired community, as well as anyone who is sighted who wants to talk.
Please join us, bring a friend, neighbor or family member all are welcome.
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