Club 21 South Bay Community Group is for families with children with Down syndrome to locally network, share common interests, concerns, challenges, and information. We do this through informational meetings, play dates, youth group, Facebook webpages and community activities.
Club21SB began life as South Bay Down Syndrome Association serving families with children and adults with Down syndrome in the South Bay area of Los Angeles County. In 2016 we realized that that best way to empower our families, educate others and realize the potential of our children with Down Syndrome was to join Club 21 as a Community Group.
We have monthly events including Playdates for 0-5, Youth Group and Monday Night Meetings for parents and caregivers. For Self advocates we support the UpVoice program and we also have a signing class for young families called Supersigners.
If you wish to join our community group please become a Club 21 member and then sign up for our monthly newsletter. Our events are also posted on our Facebook page, We also have a closed Facebook group at for local families only. You may also like to follow us on Pinterest or Twitter.
15th Feb Youth Group will go to EKPTO Dance at American Martyrs Church O'Donnell Hall in Manhattan Beach at 6.30-9 Costs $1. If you want to meet beforehand for dinner they will meet at Blaze Pizza 5221 W. Rosecrans Ave, Hawthorne at 5.15. (Blaze has GF).
Feb 22 at 7 pm. Mom's Night Out BALEENlounge, 260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach, California 90277
We will be having a mom’s night out at Baleen in the Portofino Hotel in Redondo Beach. We all spend so much time making sure our kids have everything they need - we deserve a little fun as well! There will be live music and we have tables reserved to have some food and drinks. Please RSVP on Facebook event in FB Group so we can make sure we plan accordingly.
Feb 27 Intelligent Lives Screening (our Monday Night Meeting for February) Redondo Union HSW Auditorium (PCH & Diamond) at 6pm. Club21SB in partnership with Autism Society LA & RBPTA. This is an amazing documentary film that will change the way people see people with developmental disabilities. Bring your neighbors, friends etc. Followed by a panel of self advocates talking about their hopes and dreams.