Sensory Friendly Sunday
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Kids draw pictures at the Sensory Free Sunday event

Sensory Friendly Sunday is a monthly event is designed for kids, teens, and adults with sensory processing differences, autism spectrum disorder or developmental disabilities. From 8 am to 11 am on the second Sunday of the month, the galleries will be closed to the general public, allowing visitors to enjoy the museum in a calm environment with accommodations such as quiet spaces, fidgets, and sunglasses available. Experience the Walker’s exhibitions, grab an art kit to make art at home, or just hang out in a different setting.

Sensory Friendly Sunday was developed in consultation with the Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM) and the University of Minnesota’s Occupational Therapy Program.

Sensory Friendly Sunday is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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    Education and Public Programs are supported by the Hearst Foundation.