Build friendship and belonging through our daytime and evening programming.
Our Daytime Gatherings
From September through June, we offer dynamic daytime programming with a variety of enriching activities centered on community and personal growth.
Daytime programming runs Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-3:00 pm. A day of Daytime programming might include life skills, music, art, yoga, trips around the community, and (always) a delicious lunch!
Each person can sign up to come one to two days a week.
There is an annual fee for our daytime gatherings, but our policy is that money is never an obstacle to participation. If someone wants to register but is concerned about the fee, scholarships are available (both through us and through a third party).
Our Evening Programs
From September through May, we offer evening programs full of laughter, singing, food, and fun! Each person is assigned to a group that will meet every Monday OR Tuesday night from 6:30-8:00 pm.
The location and content of the event change each week: Some nights we gather as a large group at The Reality Center for pizza, games, singing, a message from the Bible, and more. Other nights we gather at a local church for a family-style meal, small group interaction, singing, and celebrating birthdays. Once a month we gather in small groups in different homes in the community for dinner, fellowship, sharing, and prayer.
Refer to your group’s calendar for specific meeting locations.
*There is no fee to participate in Evening Programs; donations are welcome.
Reality Farm Program
The Reality Farm program fosters meaningful relationships and purposeful work through small-scale, sustainable farming. Reality farmers grow vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers that benefit the larger Reality community. Farming on a plot of land generously leased by the Waller Family Farm, Reality friends currently farm twice a week, with a full day of programming each Thursday throughout the February – November farm season. By growing food for Reality program meals, farmers experience the dignity of good work that benefits their friends, improving the health of all. For more information, contact Amy Curran, Farm Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.