Summer 2017 Program Guide

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84 REGISTER ONLINE: I have indicated that I or a family member needs a reasonable modification, what happens next? Once you have indicated that a reasonable modification is needed, staff will contact you regarding this request. An inclusion support form will be filled out. It is important that this form is completed as thoroughly and accurately as possible. All information is confidential and is shared only with the staff members who will be working directly with you or your family member. This information will be used to better serve the participant in our programs. Art Art classes are located at the Cary Arts Center. Initially Yours (age 11 & up) Personalize your living space with a one-of-a-kind initial sculpture that you design. Instructor: Marisa Lukas Fees: $27(R) $35(N) (2 classes) 104052 Wed Jun 7–14 6:30–8:30 p.m. Mixed-Media Summer Scene (age 11 & up) Create and capture the lazy days of summer! Instructor: Najla Abdullah Fees: $27(R) $35(N) (2 classes) 104059 Wed Jul 12–19 6:30–8:30 p.m. Birds of a Feather (age 11 & up) Use birds as inspirations to create unique art! Instructor: Marisa Lukas Fees: $40(R) $52(N) (3 classes) 104060 Wed Aug 16–30 6:30- 8:30 p.m. Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department provides programs for persons with disabilities of all ages. Program offerings are in Art, Performing Arts, Culinary, Fitness, Nature, Outdoor Recreation, Sports, Social Gatherings, Parent Workshops and Special Events. We want you to know . . . You are a valued participant and your involvement in our programs, our parks system, and our facilities is important to us. Contact Judy Newsome with questions or ideas at or (919) 462-2027. Inclusion Services The Town of Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation and encourages individuals with and without disabilities to participate together. In order for individuals with disabilities to participate as fully as possible, reasonable modifications will be provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you or a family member requires a reasonable modification to participate in a program, please check the appropriate box on the registration form. What does "reasonable modification" mean? Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department supports access to existing programs for participants with disabilities by offering reasonable and appropriate resources to the participant. Resources may include, but are not limited to, supportive/adaptive materials, program/ site specific training and/or additional staff support. c Specialized Recreation A variety of programs for persons of all ages with disabilities.

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