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Kids Helping Kids Walk & Festival

Categories: Music, Families & Parenting, Community, Fundraiser
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Pricing info: $10 Child/$20 Adult before May 5. $15 Child/$25 Adult at gate.

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Ticket Info: http://www.brycemartinfoundation.org/ On May 7, 2017 the Bryce Martin Foundation is putting on their third annual Kids Helping Kids Walk & Festival. It will be a fun packed day at the Laurel Hills Park in Raleigh with lots of outdoor activities and performances, including bands, local dance groups, jump rope teams, gymnastics teams and an exhibition by the Governor Morehead School Goal Ball Team. The purpose of the festival is to bring together sighted and visually impaired children to interact and to educate sighted children about the world of the visually impaired. All proceeds go to funding glasses, therapy equipment, Braille learning tools as well as helping support The Exploration Learning Center, which offers preschool, camps and classes for visually impaired children in the Triangle.

Complimentary Activities:
1 Mile Lakeside Loop
Bouncy Village
Sensory Stations
Face Painting & Henna
Playgrounds (VI accessible)
Balloon Twister
Silent Auction
Braille Learning Tools
Kona Ice, Hot Dogs, Cotton Candy, Popcorn and more!

Upcoming Places

Laurel Hills Park
Sun, May 7 at 10am-4pm

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