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Autism Awareness Events 2019




April is Autism Awareness Month! Celebrate at events in Pennsylvania, South Jersey and Delaware.

April 6

Walk for Autism at Cape Henlopen State Park, Lewes, DE
Benefits Autism Delaware.

Phillies Autism Awareness Day at Citizens Bank Park, Phila.
The Phillies team up with Autism Speaks to host Autism Awareness Day as they take on the Minnesota Twins.

April 7

Huddle Up for Autism with the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field, Phila.
Meet players and cheerleaders and take tours of the field and locker room. Past activities have included face painting, moonbounces, magic shows and resource tables.

April 11

Smart Cookie Day at Legislative hall, Dover, DE
Parents/caregivers of those with autism and self-advocates give cookies to and meet with legislators to discuss issues of importance.

April 13

Walk for Autism at Fox Point State Park, Wilmington, DE
Benefits Autism Delaware.

April 14

Autism Awareness Day at the Philadelphia Zoo, Phila.
Enjoy an autism research expo and marketplace, sensory and craft stations, magic shows, jugglers, live music and character appearances.

April 20

Family Fun Walk at Falls Township Community Park, Levittown, PA
Help raise funds for programs dedicated to at-risk youth and kids on the autism spectrum.

April 27

Lehigh Valley Autism Speaks Walk at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, Bethlehem, PA.

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