(not sponsored by Murray Ridge Center)
Chuck E. Cheese’s Sensory Sensitive Sundays
Many Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurants nationwide are now open 2 hours early on the first Sunday of every month, specifically for children with autism and other special needs. This Sensory Sensitive Sundays program is being done in partnership with the Center for Autism & Related Disorders (CARD).
Sensory Sensitive Sundays feature: Reduced lighting and noise; Food and games offered; Trained and caring staff. For a full listing of all participating Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurants, click on this link.
Connecting for Kids — Winter Program Information
Connecting for Kids (CFK), an organization which provides education and support to families who have concerns about their child, has announced that registration is now open for a variety of winter programs. Please click on the link to find the Connecting for Kids Winter Program Flyer.
Among the many programs being offered are a Speaker Series, Elementary Experiences, Music Therapy and More, and Play and Say. All CFK programs are free and open to the public.
For more information, go to the CFK website at connectingforkids.org; call/text: (440) 570-5908; or email: email@example.com
Second Harvest Food Bank
- The Second Harvest Food Bank is a source in the community for fresh, nutritious food.
- For more information on Second Harvest Food Bank go to secondharvestfoodbank.org.