Fall Fun Fest
Sunday, September 12, 2021
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Hawk Island Park, Red Tail Shelter, 1601 E. Cavanaugh Road, Lansing, MI 48910
Parking: $3/car Ingham County residents, $5/car non-Ingham County residents
Focus Group: Infants to 12 years old
Ingham ISD Special Education Parent Advisory Committee is hosting the 6th annual Fall Fun Fest for families in the Ingham ISD service area. Please join us at Hawk Island Park - Red Tail Shelter.
Community partners will provide resources to families with students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Students will have an opportunity to participate in several interactive activities, including meeting therapy animals, as well as a K-9 team from the Ingham County Sheriff's Office.
Students can participate in a make-and-take greeting card activity with an Ingham ISD occupational therapist, while adults/caregivers learn about adapting a task so students of all ages and abilities can be challenged, yet successful. Please see below for some of our community partners who will be attending the Fall Fun Fest.
Event Sponsored by:
Ingham ISD Special Education Parent Advisory Committee
For more information or to be a participating community partner at our Fall Fun Fest, email Leanne Minshall or call 517.244.1298.
September 12, 2021 - Fall Fun Fest Community Partners
Ingham County Health Department
Ingham County Sheriff Department
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