Once a month, dozens of young adults gather at the historic Shoots building in downtown Goshen for an evening of fun conversation, pizza and games.
The Shoots Game Club is a monthly social club for independent young adults ages 16-28 with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Most members are on the autism spectrum, giving them a chance to branch out and meet new people in an inclusive, comfortable environment.
It’s another chance for young adults to get together, tell jokes and play some games. Although each evening starts and ends at the Shoots building, sometimes the group ventures off to play putt-putt, go swimming or watch a movie together.
At Shoots Game Club, everyone is accepted for who they are.