Barrier-Free is a non-profit, disability service organization that provides inclusive art, self-advocacy, and social programming to the community for adults with disabilities across Carroll County.
Barrier-Free offers two inclusive theater companies where neurodiverse adults ages 18+ come together to create original full-production musicals. Additional offerings include expressive arts classes covering a variety of themes including improvisational acting, dance, and more!
At Barrier-Free’s Life Skills & Social Studio in Downtown Sykesville, programs support the development of life skills and social skills for neurodiverse adults through an integrated-arts model with a focus on interpersonal interaction, authentic practice, and group collaboration.
FLICC is a group of film lovers who aspire to celebrate the Art of film at the Carroll Arts Center. The club is open to all Arts Council members and it meets at CCAC on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Monthly meetings include lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and trunk shows. Meetings are on the second Tuesday of each month at the Calvary United Methodist Church. These meetings are free and open to the public. Serves Carroll, Frederick, Howard, and Montgomery counties.
The group knits and crochets to benefit local charities. Consists of members of all ages from 20+ to seniors. Members meet from 5:30 to 8:00 pm Tuesdays at Brightview Westminster Ridge, at 505 High Acre Drive, Westminster. All are welcome.