Unified & Special Needs Classes & Programs – Spring 2023

Sponsored by

The First Lieutenant Michael J. Cleary Memorial Fund of Luzerne Foundation

These classes, programs and events are intended to offer adults with varying abilities more opportunities to advance their interests and to be a part of the community.

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Cooking with Friends: Ravioli

Marzia & Lee Caporale are back! Join them for this hands-on experience!Not only will participants learn how to make the most delicious ravioli ever, but like all of our cooking classes, they will get to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

Date: Sunday, March 19

Time: 4 PM

Cost: $20

Register

Join 7 others!
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Master Gardeners of NEPA will supervise enthusiastic gardeners of varying abilities. This year we will be installing two raised bed pollinator gardens in the Pocket Park on Depot Street. This project is open to the community. For more information contact Dori at 570-954-6650.

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Growing Together Garden Club


Craft & Chat

A casual setting where artists with & without special needs come together to create & relate. Contact Dori at
570.954.6650.


An acting class focused on self-expression and emotional, social intuition. For more information, text Katie Foley at 570.702.7172.

All Access Acting


Sibshops are for the family member who will have the longest-lasting relationship with a person who has a disability. Sibshops are lively, pedal-to-the-metal events where they will:

  • Meet other sibs (usually for the first time)
  • Talk about the good and not-so-good parts of having a sib with special needs with others who “get it”;
  • Play some great games;
  • Explore how other brother and sisters handle sticky situations sometimes faced by brothers and sisters;
  • Laugh
  • Learn about the services their brothers and sister receive; and
  • Have some more fun!

The first Sibshops is Sunday, March 26 at 11:30AM at The Gathering Place.

Sibshops is sponsored by