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Monday, December 2, 2013

ASNCOC December Events: Games & Coffee

Happy December! The Autism Society of North Carolina Orange Chatham (ASNOC) chapter has a couple of fun events coming up this month. All events are free and open to everyone:

December Fun & Games:

When: Saturday, December 7th from 2 - 4pm
Where: Extraordinary Ventures, 200 South Elliott Road, Chapel Hill (across from Whole Foods) Lower Level
Event: Games & Craft Party

Take a break from the holiday shopping frenzy to have some fun. There will be foosball, ping pong, and other games available. If interested, you may also make a craft. ASNCOC will provide some festive snacks. Everyone is invited to bring a favorite snack food to share, but it is completely optional. The event is free and open to everyone. No childcare will be provided, as this is a party for the whole family to enjoy together.

Download the flyer here:

Coffee Gathering:

When: Friday, December 13th from 10 - 11am
Where: Caribou Coffee on the corner of Franklin & Estes Streets, Chapel Hill
What: Join us in the back meeting room for coffee and casual conversation. The coffee gatherings are a great chance to meet parents, grandparents, and others who care about someone on the autism spectrum. We look forward to seeing new faces and old friends!

Coming to the coffee? Visit the CHART Lending Library to request to borrow a book - it can be delivered during the coffee event.

And stay tuned for our first ever guest post coming later this week - you will not want to miss one father's story about his son with autism.

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