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What is the Earle Baum Center?
Earle Baum Center is a nonprofit regional community Center located in Santa Rosa, CA. We serve people with sight loss in Northern Marin, Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino, and Napa Counties.
Core Services of
Earle Baum Center
Earle Baum Center for the Blind provides focused instruction. Our proven curricula is delivered by professionals and designed to help sight-impaired persons gain skills needed to live independent, successful lives.
Activities & Events at Earle Baum Center
EBC is also a community center. Beyond training, this is a place where you and your family can get together for events, lectures, socializing, and more.
Vernal Pool at
Earle Baum Center
Our one-mile vernal pool walking path meanders through the Earle Baum Center (EBC) campus. Click here for photos.
Your Vision Our Focus at Earle Baum Center
Are you dealing with sight loss or have questions? Come and explore the possibilities Join us for a day of information, education and fun! Free food & beverages & ice cream.
EBC NEWS & MORE
KQED NEWS - CALIFORNIA REPORT By Sam Harnett Apr 26, 2019 Please click here for the link to KQED website with the audio: https://www.kqed.org/news/11742759/california-sound-the-visually-impaired-learn-to-listen-at-santa-rosas-earle-baum-center Please click...read more
This is how rumors get started: last week hundreds of people driving through downtown Sebastopol saw councilmember Michael Carnacchi walking down the sidewalk with a long white cane tap, tap, tapping ahead of him. When he came to a busy intersection, a companion took...read more
KSRO radio hosts Steve Jaxon and Mark Carpenter interview with Earle Baum Center in September 2018. Martin Voigt, the only beer blogger in Austria, is our first guest today, and Dr. Hoby Wedler is also here, together with Bob Sonnenberg and Jeff Harrington from the...read more
Lake County News, California, October 1 2018 SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Featuring gentle looping spiral paths specially designed for people with vision loss and mobility challenges but fun for all ages, the new labyrinth at the Earle Baum Center celebrated its grand opening...read more