April 1st, 2015
Things to Do – April 2015
Spring has sprung, the grass is riz, I wonder where the birdies is?” ~ Winnie the Pooh
March roared both in and out like a lion, but it seems like temperatures are slowly on the climb, and lots of great events are “springing” up for April!
April is Autism Awareness Month, which our community is changing to Autism Understanding Month. We want to move beyond awareness to understanding, inclusion and belonging. We are kicking the month off by holding a Community Carnival to bring everyone together for some good ol’ carnival fun! Everyone is invited to enjoy art, face painting, DrumFit, juggling, sensory story-time, popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs and more! It’s Thursday, April 2nd at Creekside Church (660 Conservation Road Waterloo) from 5-7pm, and the cost is FREE! Need transportation? Contact Becky at email@example.com or 519-886-9992
Rock for Autism with Ryan McTavish and FRED PENNER! This exciting concert will be held at 6:30pm April 10th at Bluevale Collegiate in Waterloo, with all proceeds going to EAFWR. Celebrate Autism Awareness Month with a show that will delight both adults and youth.
Tickets are 20.00 or 15.00 for students, and are available at Snap’d KW. Hurry, they are selling fast!
May Court Flower Sales are available again this year – this is another great opportunity to support EAFWR (all proceeds go to us) while beautifying your porch or yard. Check out the gorgeous offerings here, purchases can be made at the EAFWR office reception or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org Sales end April 20th so don’t delay.
Earth Day Clean-up Events: there are several clean-up events happening in the Region. Come out to rare Reserve April 22nd and celebrate Earth Day by helping with their Earth Day Clean-up. With 12,000 cars driving down Blair Road each day, there is an ongoing need to help keep the property clean and the litter to a minimum. This event is FREE! Gloves and garbage bags provided! On April 25th at Waterloo Park, Tim Horton’s is also hosting a clean-up event – free gloves, bags, and refreshments provided, and a great family outing.
Free 1 – day conference for parents in Waterloo Region including keynote speaker Lesley Andrew (Overcoming Obstacles and Beating the Odds) as well as workshops like Raising Money Smart Kids, Anxiety in Kids, Homework: What really matters, and many more! Free childcare for children ages 2 – 11 For more information or to register visit the website or by phone.
Family Sundays are still going strong at the KW/AG! Drop-in 1 – 4 pm, all ages welcome, ctivities designed for ages 4 – 12 + adult companion.
Share creative time with friends and family exploring the world of art and creativity. Enjoy the exhibitions and make one-of-a-kind artwork of your own, take part in drama workshops and interactive games, and listen to stories told by our friends at the Kitchener Public Library. Exciting new activities each month.