Mark your calendars for Thursday, May 4, when The Little Silver Kitchen Tour offers the public a close-up look at nine exceptional kitchens in the borough, ranging from one of the oldest in Monmouth County (the 350 year old Parker Homestead) to the home of House of Cline designer Amanda Haytaian.
Between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., the self-guided tour will also highlight the talents of area builders, decorators and florists, with attendees will be treated to culinary delights from some of Monmouth County’s finest chefs.
Getting around with the use of a wheelchair, and managing everyday tasks with disability-simulating mitts, were two of the activities explored by Point Road School students during Celebrating Different Learning Abilities Day.
Press release from Little Silver School District
On a recent Friday, third grade students at Little Silver’s Point Road School took part in the school’s 10th Annual Celebrating Different Learning Abilities Day. The event was created to educate students about disabilities, as well as to help raise awareness and acceptance of individual differences.
The third grade classes rotated through five rooms, where they learned about different disabilities. In each room the students participated in hands on activities that were specifically designed to give them a glimpse of what it would be like to live with various Physical, Learning, Developmental, Hearing and Vision related disabilities.