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Fun fair supports autistic children

Children and their families dealing with autism will have a day filled with fun thanks to the efforts of Footholds Therapy Center.

The Footholds Family Fun Fair takes place Aug. 13 at 1650 Waddington Rd., from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The day includes a silent auction, cake walk, popcorn, cotton candy, bouncy castles, bouncy slides, carnival games, barbecue and more.

All proceeds go to Footholds, an autism centre providing intervention, therapy and support to more than 60 families in Nanaimo and surrounding areas.

No registration for the fair is required. For more information, please call 250-667-7105.

 

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