We are excited to announce the reopening of our 17-acre property to provide clients with one-on-one training opportunities and offer experiences to bring groups together again – that are now allowed in Sonoma County. We will offer on-site mobility training, outdoor art programs, and reservations to use our picnic tables, walking trail, and labyrinth.

“Over the past year, technology has enabled EBC to stay connected with our clients, but it does not replace the experience of being in-person with others,” said Bob Sonnenberg, CEO of Earle Baum Center. “Many folks in our community have found the last year to be isolating, so it is more important than ever that we begin to come together safely and in-person to learn new skills, be with friends and have fun.”

What you need to know about your visit to EBC:

EBC clients, volunteers, and their families and friends may visit the campus. Groups are limited to 6 people and reservations are required. We have morning or afternoon availability for our picnic site, trail walks and visits to the labyrinth.

For individual or group reservations, please call the main office line at 707-523-3222.

We cannot wait to welcome you home to EBC!

Photo of Orientation & Mobility instructor Maura Wong Cooper with client Brigid Havens. Photo by Nick O’Riley.

 

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