Mr. Stuve will show how to make some of the beautiful cakes and decorations that he is famous for. Wedding season is coming up soon! A fun way to learn how to make and decorate cakes for all of the showers and parties this wedding season.
What is National Autism Awareness Month?
One in every 68 children in America are diagnosed with some form of autism. Almost twenty-five years ago the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness and inclusion. National Autism Awareness Month has since grown to become an inspirational movement.
If you’d like to learn more, explore some of these resources:
Autism Speaks , Autism Society, and Autism Society of North Carolina
These organizations provide an overview of the symptoms of autism; state, national and global statistics; resources on current therapies; and how to find local support.
NC Cardinal- Autism
Explore over 775 books, audio-books, and downloadable resources available though our NC Cardinal catalog. Titles include cookbooks and therapies available for parents and caregivers, a variety of perspectives on the condition of autism, biographies, as well as novels that include characters with autism.
McDowell County School System
Our local school system provides a wide variety of resources for children with autism. Their website provides a comprehensive list of local groups that parents and caregivers can contact.
Celebrate Earth Day with Matt Burneisen, Director of Keep McDowell Beautiful, who will host this presentation on backyard and worm composting. During this program, you will learn how to make your own compost bin and best practices for backyard composting of kitchen and yard wastes.
To find titles and resources in our collection about composting, go here: composting.
This program is made possible by the support of the NC Cooperative Extension and its Keep McDowell Beautiful program.