Promoting community integration by facilitating activities for those affected by brain injury while valuing the uniqueness of those individuals, to encourage peer mentoring and inspiring hope, strength, and joy.
Please read details prior to registering for any activity/event.
Please make sure to include the FULL names of all attending and make sure that the total number of those registering for each option is correct. Please note that if someone has already registered and you want to add additional persons you do NOT have to include the persons already registered. For ALL registrations it is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT to make sure the quantity shown for each category matches the names listed for that registration. For example: registering for 2 ea. family & friends, then the total qty (after names) should be 2.
Definition of Immediate Family of Survivor: parents, spouse, siblings and children
Day in the Country
Dress in western attire and join us for a fun filled day – an annual family favorite!
Hayrides - Accessible!
Lots of Yard Games
Fire Pits and S’more’s
Music provided by Eddie Martin of Martin’s Music & More
Line Dancing Instruction provided by Vickie Aigner of Alive Fit & Free
Phoenix Art Mobile
Evergreen Acres – Chad & Katie Buhr’s
12330 N. White Road, Maricopa, AZ 85139
Saturday, November 2nd
2:00 – 7:00
FREE to survivors, immediate family/caregivers (First 150 to register)
Additional family and friends ages 13 & up $10
Children 4 to 13 years $5
Children under 4 are free - PLEASE REGISTER SEPARATELY FROM ABOVE
Registration is required by midnight of 10/27/19
Dinner: Served from 4:00 – 5:00 pm Hanson & Sons Catering – BBQ Pork and BBQ Chicken Sandwiches, Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Cookies and Brownies. Chips and Water Bottles. Please feel free to bring your own food if you have dietary restrictions.
Hayrides: We are not scheduling a specific time for the Hayride(s), but rather they will be done according to those wanting to ride and the need to be finished prior to getting dark – Sunset is estimated to be around 5:30. Children and those needing assistance will require their loved one/caregiver to assist on and off of the hayride and also go on the hayride with them.
Accessibility: Although mainly wide open outdoor spaces, grass and dirt areas may have uneven areas and some dirt/rock areas may be a bit deeper or harder for chairs/walkers to get through. There are (3) restrooms and (1) is accessible.
Pets/Animals: Dogs/pets are not permitted due to safety concerns. This includes “therapy dogs/animals”. ONLY registered service animals will be allowed.