Spokane, WA – Saturday, October, 28 from 2-4:30pm, join the ISAAC Foundation and their costumed friends for a Trick-or-Treat Practice Party. They’ll have something for everyone, with festively decorated trunks and vendor games outside, to moderately scary door-to-door trick-or-treating inside ISAAC’s Clubhouse, and a haunted hallway you may pass through, if you dare.
This event is designed for all ages and abilities, and all comfort levels of scary. Come costumed or not, and stay for as little or as long as you’d like.
The ISAAC Foundation empowers those touched by autism, one connection at a time through educational, and emotional support programs. Their support programs include: ISAAC’s Clubhouse, a community for special needs kiddos to foster social relationships; TREK, an executive functioning program, where neuro-diverse teens are paired with neurotypical peers to learn life skills and how to navigate their community. They also have a Sibling Support Group, Parent Support Groups, Low Cost Weighted Blankets, nationally accredited training programs for First Responders, Educators and Community members; a successful podcast called, ISAAC Autism in the Wild, and the ISAAC Alert program; a one-of-a-kind program that creates a digital temporary caution note registered with Spokane county’s regional 911 dispatch center on behalf of an individual with a disability.
Trick-or-Treating Practice Party entry is just $10/participant. Purchase online at theisaacfoundation.org or by calling 509-325-1515. Candy/donations being accepted at the door or via Venmo at @Imagine-IF. Volunteer positions still available.