At Jubilee we pride ourselves on treating each other like family. All are welcome and respected, and differences celebrated. People we support and their families build lasting relationships with our dedicated staff and volunteers.
We offer a wide variety of programs and special events throughout the year. These include a summer picnic, Valentine’s Dance, trips and holiday parties. Our programs are currently offered virtually for health and safety. After the pandemic, our building in Kensington will again serve as a hub for community activities.
Programs & Classes
The monthly schedule of virtual activities is accessible on the events page. To be added to our daily text message reminder or to receive a zoom link, please contact Nyla Jones at email@example.com.
Client Council – A self-advocacy group led by the people we support. The council holds monthly meetings and plans special events and trips. The council hosts an annual retreat. The council president and vice president sit on the Boards of the Jubilee Association and Foundation.
Reaching Out – This program helps adults on the autism spectrum. Classes increase their independent living and social skills and create friendships. Classes include art, cooking for independence and a social club called STARS.
Phase II – This program helps senior citizens maintain community and stay active. Activities include crafts, outings to shops, movies and field trips.
Fiber Arts – This monthly class gathers to work on craft projects. Activities have included learning to use a sewing machine and quilting.
Jubilee Radio – This daily zoom call with Executive Director Steve Keener and Executive Assistant Genevieve Leary is an upbeat opportunity for our community to come together. We share stories, have special guests and get updates on the pandemic in a supportive forum.
Exercise and Yoga classes – In partnership with SPIRIT Club, Jubilee offers two exercise and one yoga class during the week. No special equipment needed. SPIRIT Club emphasizes fitness that empowers people of all abilities to exercise successfully in a socially integrated setting,