The Louisiana Children's Discovery Center is partnering with SOAR
"The Louisiana Children's Discovery Center is partnering with SOAR (Strengthening Outcome with Autism Resources) to host our first inclusive Evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus. This event will take place Friday, December 20th, 2013 from 12:30pm - 5:00pm.
This will be an event where children with autism and other disabilities will be welcome to come interact with a quiet or sensitive Santa and Mrs. Claus. Join us for this special holiday event for all children. Enjoy milk and cookies and an evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Christmas time can be overwhelming for children, especially those with autism. We are looking to provide a quite, more caring environment. Please RSVP by December 19th @ 5:00pm by calling (985)340-9150 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The only way you are guaranteed time with Santa and Mrs. Claus is if you RSVP! (Bring your own camera for photo ops)
We would like to offer a special thanks to Klienpeter Dairy, Magnolia Enterprises, and Nonna Randazzo's Bakery for helping make this special event possible.
Admission is $5.50 for adults and children and $4.50 for seniors. Children 24 months and under get in free. Come join us for a day of fun and discovery at the Louisiana Children's Discovery Center!
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