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We're all feeling a bit o' the Irish this month!

We selected names to make special valentines

Everyone had a creative hand in our Christmas decorating this year

Cool door decorating, creative pumpkin carving, and in-house trick-or-treating--it was an awesome day at the Center!

Staff in the Adult Program have come up with a multitude of creative ideas for projects and activities.

While we're at home, we've enjoyed springtime art and gardening projects!

Dancing the night away at our annual Mardi Gras Dinner Dance

Most every day is a good day at Saint Catherine Center

We are truly grateful for our many generous donors. These photos show how your contributions make an impact.

All Saint Catherine Academy students had a role in the beautiful Nativity story in the annual Christmas Pageant

Each week participants help with many important tasks to help keep the Center running smoothly

Halloween brought out the most spooky and creative in everyone!

Guests enjoyed each dinner and socializing at our Fall Fling Dinner Dance. The dance floor was full!

Yoga and swimming benefit all participants

Our Joy & Gratitude Dinner celebrating the Center's 20th Anniversary was a memorable evening. View more photos at https://michellebabyakphotography.smugmug.com/ClientLogin/St-Catherine-Center-for-Special-Needs and https://www.flickr.com/photos/dioceseofbridgeport/albums/72157709038675071

We celebrated the Center's 20th Anniversary with a beautiful Mass at the Center.

We were out and about in the community this summer, with visits to Beardsley Zoo, Silver Sands Park, Sherwood Island and more!

After the Men Serve Women Lunch, the women in the Adult Program reciprocated. The theme for the 2nd Annual Women Serve Men Lunch was BASEBALL. From hand-crafted napkin rings to real baseballs with each guest's name as place settings, it was a fun, memorable, and delicious event!

The men prepared and served a delicious meal for the women in the 2nd Annual Men Serve Women Luncheon

Our community service project assembling bags for the Yale Eye Center required focus, sorting skills, and an extra dose of patience as we worked together as a team.

The Center has many partnerships with local businesses and organizations where our young adults gain valuable experience

"Hands-on" was the key word for our awesome visit to Stepping Stones Museum!

On March 8th, more than 120 adults from all around the Diocese—some dressed in Mardi Gras finery—came out for an evening of dining and dancing.

It was a spooky, entertaining day at the Center!

Everyone was on their game at Nutmeg Bowling!

Our annual “Joy and Gratitude” Dinner on June 10th at Fairfield University was hugely successful, attracting nearly 300 guests and raising over $300,000 in much-needed support for Center programs.