Howell Nonprofit to Hold Sensory Friendly “Carnival for a Cause”

Photo courtesy Autism MVP Foundation

HOWELL – Hot dogs, snow cones, magicians, face painting, games, prizes for the kids! For the first time ever, the Autism MVP Foundation is hosting a “Carnival for a Cause” event on June 26 from 2-5 pm at the Southard Fire Hall in Howell, NJ.

The event will be held inside the fire hall, so it is a rain or shine event. 

Admission is only $15 and includes two food tickets. There will be games for kids including duck races, spin wheels, and a variety of different prizes to choose from. Each game ticket is only $1 each. Additional food and game tickets can be purchased anytime throughout the event.

This event will include entertainment featuring music from DJ Will, and a professional magician The Amazing V, who has over 20 years of experience of working with children.

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“We are excited to host this fun event for the whole family,” said Keith Green, the founder and volunteer executive director of the Autism MVP Foundation. “It’s important for us to host sensory-friendly events in our communities.”

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the foundation’s Eventbrite page.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the foundation’s scholarship programs with Monmouth, Temple and Rutgers University graduate programs.

For more information, visit autismmvp.org