Autism Warrior Event

Join the Autism Society of Mahoning Valley on June 8, 2019 for the Autism Warrior Event! This event will bring together the Mahoning Valley and beyond for a first-time event featuring a Ninja Warrior Course, Tug of War, as well as our Valley Autism 5K & Walk and the largest special needs resource fair in the Valley.  We have a new location, the Canfield Fairgrounds to allow us to make this event bigger with more events, more entertainment and more fun!

Registration on-site starts at 8am on June 8, 2019

Register for an Event! Ninja Obstacle Course, Tug of War (Teams), 5K Run, 5K Timed Walk or 1 Mile Fun Walk.
and/or Click on Donate to buy a Raffle Ticket for a chance to win the Autism Warrior Raffle! Click here for details! One winner only.

All funds raised from this event stay local and support local programs through the Autism Society of Mahoning Valley
Location: Canfield Fairgrounds

Time: 8am – 1pm
Registration & Event Bag Pickup: 8am-8:45am
Walk Registration & Event Pickup: 8am-9:45am
Valley’s Only Annual Autism & Special Needs Resource Fair (Stacey Pavilion): 8am-1pm
5K Run & 5K timed Walk: 9am (5K runner prizes – all categories, 5K timed walk top male and female prizes)
1 mile Family Fun Walk: 10am (Best Team Shirt Prize! Top Fundraiser Prizes!)

8am-1pm – Family Fun Activities! Austintown Bounce Inflatable, Petting Zoo, Gymsters Obstacle Course, Food vendors*, Great DJ! and more to be announced soon! (*marks paid activities, so bring a few dollars to enjoy these fun activities)

*Vendors set up between 7:15am-7:45am, tear down at 1pm

*Volunteers 7am- 2pm

Please click on the Sponsor tab to see all of our Amazing Event Sponsors! Support our Sponsors!

Special Thank You to our Event Photographers – Camsey Photography!

The Mahoning Valley chapter of the Autism Society of America was founded by local families in 1989 to support families in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for families living with an ASD diagnosis, and to bring about community change and opportunities for individuals working through life with this disability. Our volunteers are dedicated to accomplishing this through information and referral, family support, advocacy, professional development, raising awareness and resource development.

From the newly diagnosed child to the school aged children to the severely disabled autistic adult. These are ALL Autism Society families and THEY NEED OUR HELP!

Can YOU help us support your community, your friends, your neighbors, your loved ones? Start TODAY!

When you walk, run or donate, you become part of this dedicated, local effort to ADVOCATE, EDUCATE, SUPPORT and provide needed PROGRAMS that create a better quality of life for individuals with autism.

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