Annual Picnic

27 Aug, 2022

ABLE2’s Annual Picnic is back and being held August 27th, 2022!

Join us at our new location, Britannia Park at the Trolley Station starting 11am and ending 3pm.

Bring your own picnic or buy a delicious burger from the Baja Burger Shack!  Check out their Facebook Page.

Register today and if you plan on ordering from the Baja Burger Shack, let us know and we will have your 25% off coupon ready to pick up at the picnic!

Fun, Music, Games, Food and most importantly…YOU!

See you soon!

More details coming soon.

Who should attend?

Caregivers, parents of those with disabilities, people with disabilities, matches and allies

Day & Date: Saturday August 27, 2022

Time: 11:00am to 3:00pm

Cost: $0 per person

Registration: Please register using the link below.  This event is rain or shine.  Britannia Park’s address will be sent in a reminder email 2 days before the event. 

NOTE: Registration closes at 5:00 pm on August 22, 2022. No registrations will be accepted after this time. 


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