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Connect & Play Day! An Autism Acceptance Celebration!

Children's Relationship Center
Event organized by Children's Relationship Center

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As many of you know, April is autism awareness month. It is a month to celebrate the families, children, and adults who have autism in our community. It is also a great opportunity to bring our community together: to connect and to play. With this event, the goal is to go beyond awareness of autism and to promote acceptance in a way that is fun, playful, and fully inclusive. We will have multiple bounce houses, face painters, live performances, a resource fair, petting zoo, trackless train and MORE! All ages and abilities welcome!

The event will take place at South Side Cultural Arts Center, an amazing new cultural arts center and resource for our community!

This event will be the first of its kind in east Fort Lauderdale, and to make this groundbreaking event truly fantastic, we need your help! Here are some ways you can support this important cause and celebration:

1) Join us! April 7th from 11am-2pm at South Side Cultural Arts Center! Admission is free!

2) Help us spread the word! Please feel free share the event and sponsorship opportunities with friends, colleagues, and on social media!

3) Become a sponsor or vendor! Check out our Sponsor 'Tickets' on this page!

Free admission!!

VENDOR/SPONSORSHIPS are available!! Share your organization with those who would benefit from knowing about it! Sign up today to be seen in the community: Set up a booth, share your logo, fund the fun, and more. To find more information on our sponsorship opportunities and tiers please check out our sponsorship page below:


Once you have chosen your perfect sponsorship please head to our eventbrite to purchase or donate any amount.

We cant wait to see you there!

Thank you for supporting ‘Connect and Play Day: An Autism Acceptance Celebration!’