JACK’S PLACE for Autism Foundation announced that the Foundation will be part of the Detroit Public Television Kids Club Live event at the Royal Oak Farmers Market. Taking place between June 20 and June 21, Kids Club Live is an event where families are able to learn about community partners and resources, participate in arts and crafts activities, meet their favorite PBS characters and much more.
“Detroit Public Television’s Kids Club Live has been a very successful event that we’ve been fortunate to be a part of in the past,” Lisa Price, president and co-founder of JACK’S PLACE for Autism Foundation said. “Community events like these are important to us, because we believe that there’s always an opportunity to provide families valuable information on autism and let them know that there’s a foundation in Michigan out there committed to connecting families affected by autism with the resources they need.”
More information will be made in the upcoming weeks as to what people can expect this year at JACK’S PLACE for Autism Foundation’s booth. To register for the event, visit Detroit Public Television’s website.