Mosaic offering online special needs activities

PORT ANGELES — Clallam Mosaic will offer online activities for individuals with special needs beginning this week.

The local nonprofit, which canceled its classes and meetings, including the May 16 dance, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will stream activities on the Zoom meeting platform.

The Mosaic Meetups include:

Rec Club with Emma

Set for 10 a.m. Mondays at, meeting ID: 828-9147-3622m password: 5L4J6G.

Exercise with Karinn

Set for 10 a.m. Tuesdays at, meeting ID: 865-3139-8102, password: 9fXyVK.

Reading Club

Set for 10 a.m. Wednesdays, also hosted by Karinn, at, meeting ID: 810-7606-6229, password: 7jDd4H.

Animal Friends with Carah and Jacob

Set for 1 p.m. Thursdays at, meeting ID: 867-5680-1032, password: 1sfUyh.

In this new activity designed specifically for Virtual Mosaic, Carah and her son will be introducing participants to their animal friends and encouraging participants to show off their pets as well.

Fun MeetUps! with Anna

Set for 1 p.m. Fridays at, meeting ID: 823-8983-7264, password: 1MCSCx.

Mosaic’s online activities are currently scheduled through June 5. Links to all classes are also available at its website.

Mosaic at Home care and activity bags will continue to be delivered to individuals and will include the Postcards from Home project.

For more information, call 360-681-8642, email or visit

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