Add Zip to your Zoom Parties with these Entertainers
Live Entertainment: 10 x 10
Enjoy ten minutes of comedic, event themed music and voice impressions for just $10!
Ben’s performances are suitable for all types of events, from corporate promotions, TV, comedy clubs and theme nights through to private events.
Experienced hotel pianist at your service!
Manuel has memorized 100s of songs, and his range includes Disney, pop, and classics. He also loves playing Richard Klayderman tunes.
Send a Greeting Card by Mail
Boxed Card Set: 10 cards for $35
Brought to you with love by the artists from Alternatives Gallery and Studio.
Pet Treats and Snacks
Johnson’s Dog Treats
Johnson’s dog treats come in three different sizes, so you can choose the best fit for your dog. Ingredients include pumpkin, peanut butter, whole wheat flour, and eggs. The pricing is $5 for 20 large treats, 40 medium treats, or 60 small treats. Delivery is free for Burnaby and surrounding communities.
Find Unique Gifts and Art Pieces for All Ages
Margaux Wosk, Autistic Artist
Also known as Retrophiliac, Margaux has developed an amazing online store collection that includes their signature bright designs on a variety of products – from face masks, to t-shirts, tote bags, lapel pins and more!
‘Never Give Up’ T-Shirts
Self-advocates supporting self-advocates! The BC People First Society (BCPF) is a non-profit provincial organization that is part of the international PEOPLE FIRST movement. They work to make sure that all people are respected and included in communities as full citizens. Show your support by purchasing one of their ‘Never Give Up’ t-shirts!
Available for purchase for $35 (including shipping).
Readers or Poets on your list?
Tara Kimberly Torme and Rachel Taylor
These like-minded poets have created two volumes of Haiku poetry. Their intimate and heartfelt conversations take the reader on a special and emotional journey, where it’s possible to glimpse the inner feelings of those sometimes marginalized by an unempathetic public.
Look for Tara’s daily twitter feed, where she posts a poem along with a question, and welcomes others to share these conversations with the world. https://twitter.com/taratorme
Watch this video to hear the poets perform some of their work.
Dr. Sarah Schulman, Principal, InWithForward and Gord Tulloch, Director of Innovation, posAbilities
We’re living with head spinning uncertainty. A pandemic, a racial reckoning, and rabid political polarization are making visible holes in our safety nets and systems of thought. We cannot return to the way things were — but what might the alternative look like?
Buy the Trampoline Effect on Amazon and write a review – we’d love to know your thoughts!
The Power of Disability – Al Etmanski, Best selling author
My hope is that after reading this book, you will share it with others. Together, we can remove the barriers that prevent the full power of people with disabilities from flourishing.
“Extraordinary acts are not reserved for the special few. The vast majority of people are making the world a better place, including people with disabilities.
That’s why I wrote my new book – to awaken the world to the power of disability.
I am optimistic about what we can do when everyone’s gifts and talents are welcomed and enabled.”
Buy the The Power of Disability at your local bookstore if you can, or on any number of platforms including Amazon. See Al’s website for more information:
1, 2, 3, Count with Me. A Bug Can Count If You Believe!
Come and join fun loving bugs as they count and rhyme through the landscape of Vancouver in beautiful British Columbia.
This book was created and illustrated by students with diverse abilities from Burnaby North’s Access Program. We thank you for your support and invite you to join us to advocate for intentional inclusion, to live richly in laughter and to continue aspiring for a better world.
Available for purchase for $15 here.
The Dysnomia Series by Jenny Story
Jenny Story is the author of the Dysnomia series, and the second book in the trilogy, Dysnomia: Homes Lies in Your Heart, was released in May 2021. Her mother, Janet Walmsley, has written a book about Jenny’s story, The Autistic Author and Animator: A Mother’s View of a Daughter’s Triumph.