Adults with Disabilities
Community Bridge Consortium is a consortium between White Bear Lake Area Schools Community Services and Recreation, Mahtomedi, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale, Roseville Area, and South Washington County Schools that provides adults with disabilities access to education, recreation, and social activities.
Sign up for the brochure mailing list by calling
651-748-7436. This quarterly publication has a
variety of customized classes and activities for
adults with Developmental Cognitive
Disabilities (DCD). Classes are sponsored
by the consortium members and held
throughout the consortium area in schools
and other community facilities.
- Consortium T-Ball Join the White Bear Lake Area Schools Community Services and Recreation team to have fun and meet new people. No experience is necessary. Teams practice, play games, and participate in a tournament held in June. Practices and games are held on Thursday evenings in May and June. More information is available in the spring brochure.
- Let's Go Twin Cities Explore exciting places and attend fun-filled events in the Twin Cities area. Trips generally run one Saturday or Sunday a month. Pre-registration is required through Community Bridge. Trips typically depart from and return to the White Bear Lake Area High School-South Campus.
- VFW Flyers VFW Flyers is a drop-in program offering adults with disabilities the chance to socialize, play games, enjoy crafts, watch movies and much more. The Flyers meet continuously throughout the school year on Monday evenings from 6:15-8:15 pm. In the summer the group meets on Mondays only from 6:15-8:15 pm. No pre-registration is necessary; participants register the first night and pay $1.50 each night they attend. Please contact Mary Beth Magnuson at 651-487-7966 if you have questions. Skip dates are announced during the program.