15th Annual Autism Beach Bash

Autism Beach Bash benefits individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders. Presented by Autism Family Services of New Jersey and Colton and Friends, the all-day event includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts booth, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more.
Families have an opportunity to network and partake in organized activities throughout the day. Also included in the day’s activities is a free surf camp featuring Surfer's Healing.

To register, click here.

Contact Information
  1. 1-877-237-4477
Sun, September 08
9:00 am — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 09/08/2019 9:00am 09/08/2019 4:00pm America/New_York 15th Annual Autism Beach Bash

Autism Beach Bash benefits individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders. Presented by Autism Family Services of New Jersey and Colton and Friends, the all-day event includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts booth, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more.
Families have an opportunity to network and partake in organized activities throughout the day.

Ocean Avenue and Seventh Avenue Belmar Beachfront, NJ 07719

Ocean Avenue and Seventh Avenue
Belmar Beachfront, NJ 07719

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