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Autism Uncovered

Guests can enjoy a day of fun while watching volunteers with the Autism Treatment Center break the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Blanket Fort. They will be building a 5,500 square foot blanket fort made from 3,000 feet of PVC pipe and 500 blankets donated by the community. Entry is free and includes AccessAbility Fest, an annual resource fair with more than 120 exhibitors featuring programs, services and products that improve the lives of people with disabilities. Free activities include health screenings, games, mascots, demonstrations, door prizes and more.

Venue Details

  • Toyota Field

    5106 David Edwards, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 637-3460; (210) (FAX)

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