Social Creativity Clubs
JOIN A COMMUNITY WHERE YOU WILL MAKE FRIENDS,
LEARN NEW SKILLS, AND HAVE FUN!
If you are new to Social Creativity programs at Greenleaf NCC, you must also register here as a community member to participate.
Current Club Activities
This weekly club is perfect for people who enjoy storytelling, improv, and the performing arts.
This weekly club is for people who enjoy drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and/or comics.
This weekly club meets online to share and discuss a fictional book voted on by participants.
This weekly support group for young women and youth who identify with female development, ages 18+, will meet online to discuss and explore topics relevant to women and female empowerment.
This weekly club is for people who enjoy listening to and making music.
RPG (Role-Playing Game) CLUB
This club is for people who enjoy imaginative worlds and tabletop role playing games like Dungeons & Dragons and (new this season) City of Mist. Beginners are welcome!
Past Club Activities
VISUAL ARTS CLUB
Participants in this weekly program explored themes of psychological wellness, joy, and friendship through multiple artistic projects, ranging from sculpture to comics to mixed-media painting. Check out their virtual public gallery exhibition!
PERFORMING ARTS CLUB
Participants in this weekly program explored themes of emotional expression, storytelling, character development, and improvisation through music, acting, writing, and filmmaking, culminating in three hilarious comedic shorts. Click here (and use passcode: 3) to see the films made online due to COVID-19.
PEER MENTOR TRAINING PROGRAM
A select group of participants met bi-weekly to learn best practices for supporting autistic peers, as well as about other topics like safety, nonviolent communication, the creative process, mindfulness, and self/advocacy. Check out the powerful brochure they created to share insights with neurotypical people on how to best be an ally to autistic people.
This weekly virtual club is for people interested in healthy living, better relationships, and learning strategies for coping with stress, anxiety, and depression. Typical activities included meditation, yoga, cooking, community service projects, and creative expression.
This weekly club for people who love the outdoors, camping, and who care about protecting the environment included hiking, camping, learning survival skills, studying animals and plants, photography, and nature conservation.