Thursday, April 26, 2018
Civic Centre to host first annual Autism and Family Support Fair on Saturday
A full day of connecting with the community is ahead this Saturday, as the group Prince Rupert Family Connections hosts an opportunity to learn more about Autism and to help those that may need some assistance to find support for your family.
All of it wrapped up in a day of fun for everyone at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre.
The Autism and Family Support Fair offers a long list of activities to take in, with Face Painting, a Photo Booth, Arts and Crafts and sensory bins all part of the line up.
As well as some popular Prince Rupert attractions will be in place around the Civic Centre,with the fair featuring Bubble Trouble, the Bouncy Castle and some fun with the Good Times Games Hexbugs.
The day also offers up specific sessions for those children who may not be able to attend a larger, louder event.
The Sensory Hour takes place from 10 to 11 and is available to all children with Autism and related disorders. To reserve a place in that hour you are asked to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the Sensory Hour, the Fair opens to the public at 11 AM, with the Official welcome to the Territory, the event continues through the afternoon until 4 PM, with the 12 to 2 hour period offering free snacks for participants.
There will also be a number of Door prizes to be given away to those to take part in the April 28th event.
The Fair was brought together by a large list of supporters, sponsors and those making donations.
You can learn more about who has helped out from the Prince Rupert Family Connections Facebook page.
For more information about Saturdays event see the Autism and Family Support Fair Facebook page
A look at other community events around the North Coast can be found from our archive page here.
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