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Washington, D.C.: “Friday Night Fever”

November 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

The HSC Health Care System’s Pediatric Center, Kids in Action Program, presents

FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER

 

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., second Friday of every month

 

Friday Night Fever is a chance for teens with disabilities to hang out with their peers. Designed for teens ages 11 and older, the program provides opportunities to participate in social events and make new friends.

 

TEEN DANCES

KARAOKE NIGHT

MOVIES

GAME NIGHT

ICE CREAM SOCIALS

VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL TOPICS

Organizer

Robyn Winston Cohen
Email:
rwinston@hospsc.org
Website:
www.hschealth.org/adaptiveadventure

Venue

The HSC Pediatric Center
1731 Bunker Hill Road, N.E.
Washington, D.C., United States
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Website:
https://www.ppmd.org/venue/the-hsc-pediatric-center-2/

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