Slick Venue For A Holiday Cocktail To Benefit Autism Education
By Mel Fabrikant Monday, November 19, 2012, 06:29 PM EST
–Alpine Learning Group announces a Holiday Cocktail to benefit autism education on November 29 from 6pm to 9 pm. The event will be held at Modiani’s sleek, Soho/Industrial style open space on South Dean Street in Englewood.
The evening will feature a holiday cocktail making class, food and wine donated by local restaurants and businesses, and holiday shopping for unique, one of a kind jewelry by artist Pauline Galiana.
Modiani Kitchens & Interiors, a high-end kitchen design company with a showroom in Englewood, is offering Bergen County non-profit organizations a free venue for their events.
Since its founding in 1988, Alpine Learning Group has been at the forefront of autism education, providing individualized education for children and adults with autism and support for their families. As a leader in the field, Alpine is committed to meeting the daily and lifelong challenges faced by individuals with autism through its innovative programs which include: an Inclusion and Transition Program, guiding young learners as they graduate from Alpine and return to public schools; an Internship Program, providing students with opportunities to develop real-life work skills in community settings; an Adult Program, providing continuing education, career training and employment opportunities; an Outreach Program, providing critical home-based support services for families of newly-diagnosed toddlers; a Research Program, developing and sharing knowledge; and a Consultation Program, providing expertise and leadership as an integral part of the establishment of other schools for learners with autism in New Jersey, New York, and Canada. For more information about Alpine Learning Group and autism, visit www.alpinelearninggroup.org or call 201-612-7800.