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LEGO CLUBS  Delaware


http://www.firststatefll.org 

Delaware City Library  Delaware City, DE  302-834-4148
Have some fun with LEGO Club! Get creative and participate in themed challenges or build whatever you imagine. Creations will be on display at the library between sessions.  The third Saturday of every month. No registration required! Ages 7-12.


Boys and Girls Clubs  https://www.bgclubs.org/news/fll-dover/

The Lego Store at Christiana Mall
132 Christiana Mall, Space #1547
Newark DE 19702-3202
(302) 453-1897 


Kirkwood Libraryin Wilmington, DE  Lego Club
http://nccde.org/332/Kirkwood-Library

Lego Clubs --Pennsylvania


LEGO© Club CONSHOHOCKEN LIBRARY, ages 5-10.  3:45 PM - 4:45 PM     (610) 825-1656
www.mc-npl.org

LEGO Club at 1:00 PM  @ Upper Darby Township/Sellers Library – Main Sellers Branch
Come on, join your fellow builders, and create with LEGO! This is an unstructured session.  Contact: Laura   610-789-4440   udcsd@delcolibraries.org


Lego Club Montgomery Cty Norristown Library
Address: 1001 Powell St, Norristown, PA 19401  Phone: (610) 278-5100


LEGO® Club at Ardmore Library Ardmore 

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm  2nd Wed. of every month.

SPECTRUM PARENTS GROUP is a new therapeutic support group for parents of children with delays in social-emotional development and children diagnosed with Autism, Asperger's or PDD NOS. This group is hosted by Spectrum of Solutions Therapy Services in Holland, PA and facilitated by a Licensed Professional Counselor, who is also a parent of a child with Autism. This group meets once a month on a week night. This group is free to parents and caregivers with an optional $10 contribution per person per meeting. If you are interested or if you know someone who may be interested in joining this group, please share this information, email info@sostherapyservices.com or call (267) 270-5527


NEW GROUP FORMING! Fridays, 12:00p.m. – 2:00p.m. – “Lunch with Friends“. Location: West Chester. This group is intended to support  the development of individuals who are exiting high school (or have done so already) and would benefit from a community Occupational Therapy social and task group. It’s designed for young adults (ages 17-25 yrs. of age) with developmental differences to get together and share lunch and games once a week. Info: Lisa Jochum OTL, Occupational Therapist  and Director of DOTS (Developmental OT Services), orLisaJochum@verizon.net  

COLLEGE-LIKE EXPERIENCE: Camphill Soltane offers a college-like experience for young adults with special needs. Students begin the 5-year program between the ages of 18 and 21 and participate in over 25 different liberal-arts based classes, including academic skill building, social studies, history, drama, painting, ecology, fitness, woodworking, and more. Prospective families are invited to attend one of our monthly Soltane Shines Tours at our main campus just outside Ludwig’s Corner. Visiwww.camphillsoltane.org/soltaneshines for dates and registration information.