In celebration of the 5th annual United Nations World Autism Awareness Day, the Autism Society of Nebraska and the Autism Family Network are hosting an event at the Lincoln Children’s Museum. The museum will open on April 1 offering free admission. We will be a shining blue spotlight on the public health crisis of autism and support everyone who struggles with this disorder.
Dress in blue and join us on April 1 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. We will have volunteers to play and help with the kids, snacks and a balloon drop toward the end of the evening. Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More ways to Light It Up Blue
· Wear blue clothing or your Autism Speaks puzzle piece, and encourage your coworkers to do the same.
· Light your house up blue by putting blue light bulbs in any outdoor fixtures.
· Turn your website blue or change your profile picture on Facebook to the Light It Up Blue logo at www.lightitupblue.org.
The Lincoln Children’s Museum is located 1420 P Street in Downtown Lincoln.
If you know of a company, school, retail store or building that would like to join our efforts in turning Nebraska blue, please also email us at email@example.com. A special thanks to the Lincoln Children’s Museum & CVS for sponsoring and hosting our event and to all the volunteers time to make this happen.
Download a flyer HERE.