Autism Awareness Month: ISAAC Foundation hosting events all month long for special needs families, advocates
SPOKANE, Wash. — The ISAAC Foundation is kicking off Autism Awareness Month with events and activities for special needs families and advocates.
The first event was on April 2 and started with a mini walk to the Steam Plant where they lit up the pillars with blue for autism awareness.
Other places lit blue for the month include the Riverfront Park Pavilion, Fox Theater and The Grand Hotel.
The walk continued to P.F. Chang’s in downtown Spokane where the horse outside was decorated for autism awareness.
Swing by at 801 W Main Ave. and take your photo with the horse to help spread awareness on social media by using #love4isaac and #pfchangsspokane or text the photo to the ISAAC Foundation at 509-325-1515 and it will be shared on social media.
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That evening also included a Kids Art Gallery Collaboration project where kids got to paint on canvases and put them on display in the Saranac Commons for the month of April.
They will hang there and be available to purchase all month long.
There are all sorts of events going on until the end of April for Autism Awareness month with the ISAAC Foundation.
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