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CANCELLED – My Story of Living with Autism – Cowboy Harrison Czapalay
March 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$20
Due to recent concerns of holding public events amid the Covid-19 pandemic, this event has now been cancelled.
Presentation with Cowboy Harrison Czapalay who will share his story of living with Autism: From the Only Cowboy in Town to the Land of Cowboys.
Harrison Czapalay is a cowboy from Wolfville, Nova Scotia. He lives in the farming region of the province in the Annapolis Valley. In 2017, he competed in Young Speakers for Agriculture at the NS 4-H Provincial Show, and he won!
Personally living with autism, Cowboy Harrison has become a recognized Autism Advocate. He has brought his message of Autism Awareness & Acceptance to school groups, churches, 4-H clubs, community service groups and more. Last year he reached out to the homes and business throughout all 165 km of the Annapolis Valley to Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness, and they did!
Join us as we hear Harrison’s story, celebrate Autism Awareness & Acceptance, and gear up for Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month in April!
Tickets are $20 each.
Purchase online at Eventbrite here: https://autism-cowboy-harrison.eventbrite.ca
Link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/176676120258438/