Golf is one of the extracurricular activities offered by Community Connections, a nonprofit that focuses on improving the lives of special needs children and their families. 

This fall, Community Connections is offering its largest ever slate of free extracurricular programs for children with special needs and their families.

The organization provides free activities in four cities: Little Rock, Conway, Russellville and Sherwood, with brand-new offerings in Conway and Sherwood this semester.

The fall programs, which are free of charge, include art, basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cooking, flag football, golf, martial arts, music, swimming, tennis and theatre. In addition, Community Connections will host a young adult group for 15-25 year olds in Conway with monthly social activities.

There will also be a “Super Science Saturday” with the University of Central Arkansas’ Science Department on Saturday, Nov. 4 and “Yoga for Caregivers” at Pediatrics Plus in Little Rock every other Sunday. The full fall schedule is available here.

Parents can register their child(ren) for all the various activities on the corresponding page on the Community Connections website.