Adapted Recreation & Inclusion

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New Programs for the Winter/Spring Semester:


Draw What You See  for Ages 9 - 13

For kids who like to draw and are open to learning how to draw better. Artist and Autism Specialist, Elizabeth Byars, will help you learn to draw more realistically. We’ll start with one favorite object you bring from home (legos, stuffed animals, etc.). You’ll learn to plan your space on the paper and draw what you actually see, not what you think you see. Then you’ll add color to your work.

Children should be able to sit for 30 minutes at a time, should wear clothes that might get dirty and should bring a snack if they think they might be hungry during this time period.

Saturday, Feb. 17 – Mar. 10   10 – 11:30 am              #230631 A

Saturday, Apr. 14 – May 12    10 – 11:30 am             #230631 B

$41 Residents, $49 Non-Residents

The Corner Teen Center (below the post office @ corner of Henderson and Franklin Streets)


Specialized Winter Dance for Middle School and High School Students

Dance to the beats of Partay DJ! We'll do line dances, couples dances and old standards like the Funky chicken and Electric Slide. Refreshments will be served and some games will be available to play. You can dress for the occasion or wear whatever you're comfortable in!

Saturday, January 6th

2:30 - 4:30 pm

Hargraves Community Center216 N. Roberson Street

(off Roberson, around the corner from Mama Dip’s Kitchen)

Those who need close supervision should bring an adult family member or staff.

Sliding Scale Donation of $3-$5 will benefit Special Olympics of Orange County and the Autism Society of Orange and Chatham Counties. Saturday,.  

Register at, then pay at the door

(cash only, small bills appreciated!).


For more information on these or other programs through Adapted Recreation or about Inclusion Support, contact Marian Kaslovsky at 919 968-2813 or
















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