Calgary, AB For immediate release
“Pedal powered bubble makers & a large fish lead the way to affordable, accessible family fun!
Over 150 Calgarians of all ages will explore the art of play from 10 am until 2 pm at Eau Claire this Friday… its purpose is to create an accessible, affordable and age friendly event celebrating health, wellness and fun! The “Right to Play 4 Everyone’s” is the 16th annual speak out festival hosted by the Disability Action Hall members and friends.
Nearly 30 partners, community collaborators and vendors will encourage festival goers to frolic with hockey sticks, pot a plant, paint a mural, dance, perform, drum, zumba, karate chop, watch films, smell flowers, explore a park with other senses or connect with communitythis Friday, May 30th at Eau Claire Market from 10 am until 2 pm. People can RSVP their festival pass on eventbrite. The festival is almost sold out of passes– organizers will do their very best to welcome latecomers.
Also from 12 -1 pm the Disability Action Hall will proudly announce seven people, places and services whom make the “Right 2 Play 4 Everyone” possible across our City.
- Applewood Community Park Association,
- Calgary Power Hockey League,
- Calgary Rotary Challenger Park,
- Fair Calgary,
- Inglewood Bird Sanctuary Flood Tour and Volunteer Program,
- Pamela Boyd &
-Twin Views Communal Garden and Courtyard.
Who: 16th Annual Speak Out “Right 2 Play 4 Everyone” Festival
What: Workshops, parade, displays, awards & Family Fun
Where: Eau Claire Market, 200 Barclay Parade SW
Sent out: Thursday, May 29th, 2014