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October 21, 2012

‘Exceptional Explorations’ Halloween party coming up

TERRE HAUTE — Bridges of Indiana and Child Adult Resource Services have teamed up with the Terre Haute Children’s Museum to sponsor a unique opportunity for individuals with disabilities to experience the facility. The program, titled “Exceptional Explorations,” allows individuals with disabilities and their families to experience the Terre Haute Children’s Museum at no cost. This is an exclusive chance for these agencies to provide an extraordinary time for these individuals and their families in a private setting.

The next event will take place Thursday, when Halloween will be celebrated.

In order to track the number of attendees, attendees will either need to register at the kiosk located in the Children’s Museum or online at www.bridgesof

indiana.com. Registration is necessary to ensure that those who participate have a positive and worthwhile experience.  

Interested parties can complete the form and plan to make this special visit on the day that they have expressed an interest in.  

For more information about Bridges of Indiana, visit www.bridgesofindiana.

com. For more information about CARS visit www.cars-services.org. For more information about the Terre Haute Children’s Museum visit www.thchildrensmuseum.com.

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