Kids Are Kids! are so thrilled to be one of three beneficiaries in the upcoming Twin Cities Walk for Autism. The event, organised by Rotary Clubs of Hillary’s and Wanneroo and Telethon Kids Institute, is aimed at gathering hundreds, if not thousands in the community to raise funds for Autism Research as well as programs and services that will assist those living with Autism.

Held at Lake Joondalup on Sunday 2nd April at 7.ooam the event kicks off; people participating will have a choice between walking a 17km, 8km, 5km or 100m stretch of the course. The day has been designed to suit people of all abilities and levels.

The event has been so well planned, with market stalls consisting of food, clothing and homewares. Entertainment will also be available and may include dance or singing groups, buskers, jugglers, face painters, balloon animal makers, a petting zoo and small kid’s rides.

Registration fees start at $35 to $20 per person for an adult, children (16 years and under) $15 to $10 and Seniors (60 plus) $30 to $15. Family and group discounts are also available and the 100m stretch is completely free of charge.

Show your support and register now at https://twincitieswalk.com.au/the-course/





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