Friendship Circle Farber Center opens helping adults with special needs

Many adults with special needs find themselves socially isolated and without an outlet or employment. Our friends from The Friendship Circle are woking to change that with the opening of the new Friendship Circle Farber Center. At the new center is the Soul Cafe and event space, where 40 percent of the employees have special needs. The Soul Cafe is a state of the art Kosher restaurant, which is opened from 7a – 3pm Sunday – Friday for breakfast and lunch with both inside and outside seating. The public can come and eat, but a reservation is recommended

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