Allison Arakelian fundraising for 1st Annual Sensory Walk Fall Family Festival

Allison Arakelian fundraising for 1st Annual Sensory Walk Fall Family Festival

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Event Details

Location

7 Rockaway rd Lebanon, NJ, Lebanon NJ 08833

Date & Time

Monday, September 24 2018

9:00 AM

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The fun family day event begins with our sensory-friendly Eyes on Autism Walk. Come enjoy music, food, vendors, Black River Roasters coffee, and so much more!

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Register as a walker, create a team and share your page with family and friends to help support your walk. The two teams or individuals who have raised the most money will receive four tickets to a NJ Devils game (date to be determined)

Walk details below

This walk is approx. a 2 mile walk in the wonderful woods and meadows of Whittemore. The start and finish line are both located at the Whittemore Community Center. Registered walkers will need to report to the registration tent and pick up their tshirt prior to the walk that begins at 10AM. 

How to prepare for the walk

The walking trail is flat and obstacle free, anyone can do it!!!

You will be walking on woodchips, dirt and grass so wear shoes that you feel comfortable with getting a little dirty.

So come out and enjoy a great day for any questions feel free to reachout directly to Victor Klein

908-635-6897

victor.klein@eyesonautism.org

 

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Eyes On Autism- www.eyesonautism.org

Eyes On Autism a non-profit 501 (c)(3), works with communities and businesses to help create Certified Autism Friendly environments. This is accomplished with presentations and direct interaction in the business or community.  Funds raised through donations, grants and special events directly support Eyes On Autism and our community outreach programs

Whittemore Community Culture and Conservation- www.whittemoreccc.org

Managed by friends of Whittemore is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) formed to effectuate the bequest of Helen Whittemore. Whittemore offers a wide variety of Nature, Cultural and Educational Programming for enthusiasts of all ages. Funds raised through donations, grants and special events directly support Whittemore.