Stillwater Art

Stillwater Art meets at 6 PM to 7:30 pm  at the WONDERtorium located at 308 W. Franklin Ln, Stillwater, OK 74075.  Meetings are generally the 4th Tuesday of the month.  Children play in the WONDERtorium while the parents visit and chat!


Thank you to Mya’s Promise and the WONDERtorium for providing such a great meeting space for our Stillwater families!

Our hope is to advocate not only for people with autism, but also for those who live and care for them. Often times in our diligent efforts to advocate, we forget to take care of the caregivers. is committed to improving the quality of life by supporting parents, siblings, those on the autism spectrum, and extended family members.

Our meeting dates are:

  • September 24
  • October 22
  • November 26 (check in to confirm this in case this changes due to the holiday!) provides the following resources and programs:


Bob Cawlfield


Parents and family members are welcome to come hear others share their areas of need and success stories alike. Our group strives to be a resource for families while providing support in times of need. Many times we find it helpful to have a session where parents are able to share secrets on how they got through stressful times in hopes that other families may hear a method they have not yet thought to try. Issues from potty training to transition services are common amongst many families. It helps to know you are not the only one going through it and hear from others who have made it through.


Child care is provided for our meetings. We have connected with many Oklahoma State University professors who provide us with students in differing majors to volunteer their time in exchange for credit on required course hours. The students with majors in special education, elementary, and secondary education as well as speech and occupational therapy come to play while the parents meet. Please email Justiss Hines  juhines@ostatemail.okstate.eduto let us know how many kids you will be bringing.


Interested in joining our group on Facebook? This is how many of our families communicate with one another and where they can share in a closed and secure environment. Additionally, this is also a great place to get advice from other families who are dealing with similar issues regarding Autism Spectrum Disorders. To join us on Facebook, just click here!