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Sweet Memories Baskets & Favors

Great Christmas gifts!

Stop by The Owl Cafe and check out the selection of Christmas baskets and favors by Sweet Memories Baskets & Favors.

 

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ASD Teens in The Kitchen

At The Owl Cafe in Carleton Place

We had a special guest in the cafe for our ASD Teens in the Kitchen night. Ian, owner of “The Black Tartan” generously volunteered his time to help out with our cooking class. Our menu consisted of spaghetti, homemade meat balls and sauce, garlic bread, cheesecake bites with fresh strawberries and raspberries, and chocolate fudge.

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Autism Services Carleton Place Presents

Teens in the Kitchen @ The Owl Cafe

Pizza! Pizza! Pizza!

The teens learned some basic cooking skills, the importance of healthy eating, and kitchen safety while they prepared their very own personal pizzas and salads. These classes are designed to teach cooking skills that will give teens semi-independent living skills. Everybody had a wonderful time listing their favourite foods, helping prep ingredients and assembling their personal pizzas. They all agreed the best part of the night was getting to eat and are very excited for next week when they will be learning to cook spaghetti.

 

 

For more information or to register please contact 

Suzanne Ford at (613) 492-9000 or (613) 266-3205

E-mail: suzanne@ysowlmaclure.org

 

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Tuesday Games Night

The Owl Cafe and Meeting Place

Carleton Place

Autism Works Carleton Place

Novemeber 1 Games Night

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Halloween at The Owl Cafe

Trick or Treating at The Owl Cafe in Carleton Place

Over 400 kids stopped by The Owl Cafe while ‘The Blues Brothers’ played a special Halloween concert. It was a wonderful afternoon!

Thank you to everyone who stopped by.

#autismfamilies

#autismawareness

 

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Tween Gaming Night

At The Owl Cafe and Meeting Place

Autism Works Carleton Place

Location: The Owl Café and Meeting Place, 135 Bridge Street, Carleton Place

For more information, cost or to register please contact Suzanne Ford at (613) 721-1500 ext. 219 or email suzanne@ysowlmaclure.org

The Owl Café and Meeting Place

Autism Works Carleton Place

613-266-3205 or 613-492-9000

suzanne@ysowlmaclure.org

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ASD Program: Transitioning Successfully to Adulthood

Some beautiful art work created for The Owl Cafe in Carleton Place by a group of young artists on the autism spectrum. These young artist are participating in our ASD program ‘Transitioning Successfully to Adulthood.’

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ASD Teens In The Kitchen

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Game Night at The Owl Café in Carleton Place

Tuesday night Teen and Youth ASD Gaming Night at The Owl Café in Carleton Place.

Friendship, Social Skills, Teamwork and Fun!

A relaxed setting at The Owl Café in Carleton Place where teens and youths come to participate in video games, board games, karaoke and the new air hockey table! This Teen and Youth ASD Gaming Night group is designed to bring teens together over a shared interest, at their own pace, to work on skills such as conversational skills, social confidence, and friendship building. This group is appropriate for teens and youth that have conversational language skills and can participate independently and cooperatively in a group setting. Come and show off your skills and meet new friends who love gaming as much as you do!

 

 

Age: 14 years of age and up

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Location: The Owl Café and Meeting Place, 135 Bridge Street, Carleton Place

For more information, cost or to register please contact Suzanne Ford at (613) 721-1500 ext. 219 or email suzanne@ysowlmaclure.org

The Owl Café and Meeting Place

Autism Works Carleton Place

613-266-3205 or 613-492-9000

suzanne@ysowlmaclure.org

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October is Autism Awareness Month in Canada

October is Autism Awareness Month in Canada
October is Autism Awareness Month in Canada – The Owl Cafe in Carleton Place supports acceptance and awareness