RoundUP Stillwater is a group that provides educational and social programming for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Organizations in the group include Stillwater Public Library, Stillwater Parks, Events, and Recreation, Stillwater Group Homes, MPower, and Community Access. The group also include adults with special needs and their parents.
While the programs we provide are reserved for adults with Developmental and intellectual disabilities, we are committed to making sure that each program includes interaction with a diverse group of people. OSU students volunteer work one on one with our participants at each program.
Programs are free of charge.
Dances & Special Events
Stillwat Parks, Events, and Recreation hosts dances and special events with refrehments, activities, and prizes throughout the year, including:
- Halloween Dance
- Valentine's Dance
- Boomer Blast Special Viewing Party
- Summer Pool Party
This year (2018), the United Way is leading a committee to plan a formal Spring Gala taking place Saturday, March 3 from 7-9 p.m. at the Stillwater Community Center. The Gala is free. See Questions & Answers about the Gala
The Stillwater Public Library hosts a weekly bookclub on Thursday from 4:15-5:15 p.m. at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Participants read a page at a time out loud and receive assistance on pronunciation and vocabulary. The group discussed themes on the page. Readers include individuals with a wide range of reading abilities and can include individuals who are not verbal. Readers are loaned a book and each book takes 2-3 months to get through, followed by a themed celebration once the book has been completed.
For more information, contact Stacy Delano.
Dr. Andrew Kimbrough, head of the OSU Theater Dept., teaches a weekly theater class each Friday from 3:30-5 p.m. at the Stillwater Public Library. OSU students studying theater, vocal music, and education work one on one with participants to plan, write, cast, and direct scenes.
The theater class is limited to 12 students. For more information, contact Stacy Delano.