Walk Day Activities
Ottawa Walk – Sunday June 2, 2019, Bell Sensplex
The Walk includes fun activities, performers and snacks, before and after the Walk. Arrive early to give yourself lots of time to visit and enjoy the event with your family and friends!
Upon arrival at your Walk, please proceed to Registration to submit your cash and cheque donations with your pledge form(s). Ensure that your pledge form is clearly labeled with your name and team name (if part of a team) to ensure that you and your team receive recognition for all donations collected.
Be sure to visit the ASC Connect Fair area to learn more about the services and programs that are available in your community. ASC Connect Fairs are a part of our signature Walks. Please contact your Regional Field Staff for more information or to inquire about an ASC Connect Fair at your Walk.
The Autism Speaks Canada Walk event will commence with the opening ceremonies where all participants are invited to gather near the stage for presentations, stories, and fundraising updates. The Walk begins with an official countdown from the stage.
Jump!106.9 and Boom99.7
You will go on a 3KM walk starting at the Bell Sensplex and around Walter Baker Park.
Rock Climbing Wall
Kids and adults alike will have fun as they climb the rock wall! Altitude Gym staff will be there to assist everyone and ensure harnesses are secured properly
Kids and adults alike will have fun as they run, climb, slide and jump through the inflatable obstacle course and climbing and sliding down the inflatable slide. The inflatables are very colorful and exciting with no extremely tough obstacles. Both inflatables can be used by virtually all ages including adults!
The resource fair is an opportunity for families, individuals, educators, caretakers, friends and social workers or anyone in the community who wishes to learn more about the products and services available in Ottawa and the surrounding area.
Face painting is a fun activity to participate in before or after the walk!
Craft supplies will be provided and volunteers will be available to assist you.
BLUE Boutique Vendors
Thirty-One: will be donating 15% of all sales. Thirty-One has brought back the puzzle icon for personalization in April. If you need any bags or totes or prizes, I will offer purchasers a discount. Website is www.mythirtyone.ca/JenniferHesse
Theraparent: Author Emily Connor Sheehan will be at the Ottawa Walk with her new book Parenting Autism: Lighting the Way Forward. Books available for purchase at the Walk or online at Theraparent.ca. A portion of the book sales will be donated back to Autism Speaks Canada.