Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Autimism and the Annual Egg Hunt

This month (which is Autism Awareness Month, by the way), our good friends over at Geek Club Books are conducting the Autimism Movement, where each day will feature a story, interview, or photography by popular autism mom bloggers, autistic individuals, and organizations all making a positive impact in the autism community.
Be sure to check it out - here's the link again - and while you're there, enter to win some cool stuff, including a Nexus Tablet, gift cards, and (drum roll) a copy of the audio version of Book One!

Also happening this month is Autism Empowerment's 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Acceptance of All Abilities, a community acceptance event and resource fair serving all ages and abilities. For those of you in the Portland/Vancouver area, it will be on Saturday, April 19th, from 1-4pm at McKenzie Stadium (behind Evergreen High School). It's free to attend.
Besides Easter eggs (of which there will be thousands), there will be Easter Bunny photos, face painting, a silent auction, a martial arts demonstration, and all kinds of other fun activities. I, your friendly neighborhood author/musician, will also be there. So come on down that afternoon and have a great time with us! Or, better yet, consider signing up as a volunteer and/or making a donation.
As always, hope to see you there!

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