Social Clubs

  • AutismBC supports social clubs for kids, teens, and adults on the autism spectrum and their siblings across BC. 

    Learn more about our clubs by clicking the links below:

    Girls Club

    Pokemon Club

    Minecraft Club

    Siblings Groups

    Young Adult Social Club

    Girls Club

    Girls club was founded to celebrate and connect girls with neuro/developmental differences with the vision of creating a world where neurological/developmental differences are not a barrier to friendship, connection, happiness, and self-worth. They have 5 chapters across the province that hold events once or twice a month.

    Reach out to for more information:  info@inGIRLSCLUB.com

    Pokemon Juniors Club

    Join us at PAFN in Richmond for some Pokemon fun. Kids can bring their Pokémon cards, games, Nintendo DS, stuffies, toys, clothing, costumes, or anything else Pokémon related. Kids that are new to Pokémon are always welcome.

    When: First Saturday of every month 3:00-4: 45 PM

    For more information about Pokémon Club, or to register for an upcoming event please email Tila: tiladawnpelletier@gmail.com

    Minecraft Club

    Run by a parent volunteer, Minecraft Club is an inclusive space for Minecraft enthusiasts to come together and play! Our mission is to inspire connection through sharing tips, tricks and playing together!

    Who can come?

    All are welcome! Players should be able to log themselves in and have a basic understanding of the game as this is a come together space and no formal Minecraft instruction will be offered (except the person beside you who may be able to lend some tricks!) Please bring the portable device that you play on (iPad, laptop, tablet). Free Wifi is available!

    When: Last Thursday of every month 5:30-7:00 PM

    Where: PAFN in Richmond

    For more information about Minecraft Club, or to register for this upcoming event please email info@minecraftclub.org

    Sibling Groups

    These groups are for siblings of individuals with autism and related disabilities.  Facilitated by parents, these groups give siblings a chance to connect with other siblings while participating in fun activities. Our groups are located in Prince George and Kelowna.

    Young Adult Social Club

    AutismBC supports a Young Adult Social Club based in Nanaimo, BC. This club was created to provide an opportunity for adults on the autism spectrum to connect and enjoy social activities and outings together.

    Contact hello@autismbc.com for more information

    List of Upcoming Social Clubs & Events

    Click here to view upcoming events.

    If you have questions about this program please email hello@autismbc.ca or call 1-888-437-0880.