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Check this page regularly for information about events, programs, support groups and other autism-related activities taking place throughout Connecticut.
You can suggest an announcement here.

Join the The Eagles Motorcycle Club in Norwalk, CT is holding a FUNDRAISER for ASRC on Saturday July 29, 2017 - 10:30 am to 2:00 pm! Come and join the fun!!!

May 16, 2017- Tuesday -  JV @ 4:30 pm and Varsity @ 6:00 pm

 At Fitzgerald Field (Football Turf) Wallingford - Lyman Hall Girl's Lacross Team

Doing "Shake A Can" Fundrasier for ASRC during Half Time!

Visit the NEAT Webite to view their many workshops and events. Click here to go directly to their NEAT EVENT CALENDAR. Next ATventure session is February 7, 2017 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. 

Free Autism movement classes taught by Certified Instructor Kayla Rodriguez of Sonia Plumb Dance Company, University of Saint Joseph Dance Studio, O'Connel Athletic Center, 1678 Asylum Center, West Hartford, CT. All abilities welcome! 8 weeks of classes starting Wednesday October 5, 2016.  Click here for more information.  Call 860-5087-9082 to register!

New Support Group - Connecticut Sibling Connection! For siblings of individuals of disabilities.  Click here for their website.

Sara Gutis is an Irish Dance teacher. She runs some classes at the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Meriden (Irish dances). She is also a special education teacher. Because of her background Sara is open and willing to accept children on the spectrum to attend her classes. She is also considering starting a special class or classes depending on interest, for any of the children that "traditional" dance studios turn away or do not necessarily welcome whole-heartedly. She is very aware that there is a spectrum of abilities and tolerances.