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Autism Eats Inclusive St. Patrick’s Day Brunch
March 14 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm$5 – $21.50
Join us for another Autism Eats event in the Central Valley sponsored by California Autism Center & Learning Group! This event caters to youth on the autism spectrum and their families. Come dressed in GREEN and enjoy a buffet brunch, St. Patty’s Day treats, a photo booth and raffle prizes! California Autism Center volunteers will be on site to play with your kids and take family photos.
Delicious all you can eat pizza, pasta, salad, dessert and soft drinks. Tax and tip included.
**Dietary restrictions and gluten free options can be accommodated – must advise during registration.
13+ years old: $21.50
6-12 years old: $12.00
2-5 years old $5.00
Under 2: Free
— ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Click here to register —
* Brunch is pre-paid so there is no waiting for the bill.
* Food is served buffet style so there is no waiting.
* Music and lighting are adjusted to accommodate those with sensory sensitivity.
* All attending have a loved one on the spectrum so there is no need to apologize, explain or feel uncomfortable. Just be yourself!
ABOUT THE Autism Eats ORGANIZATION:
Going to a family restaurant should be an enjoyable experience. A time to relax, enjoy good food and spend time with your family. Let someone else do the cooking and cleaning.
Unfortunately, for those of us who have a child with autism dining out can be anxiety provoking and stressful. As parents, we may feel that “all eyes are on us” when our kids exhibit certain behaviors, have outbursts or refuse to sit still. Other diners may be disturbed and the well intentioned wait staff doesn’t really know the best way to help out.
Many of us decide it is just not worth the effort and that is unfortunate.
We created Autism Eats to bring the fun back to eating out.
Our (brunch or) dinner parties are held in private rooms of restaurants or function facilities. Food is served buffet or family style so there is no waiting. Music and lighting are adjusted to accommodate those with sensory sensitivity. These are family dinners and all attending have a loved one on the spectrum so there is no need to apologize, explain or feel uncomfortable. It is an opportunity to enjoy a night out and socialize with others who have many of the same joys and challenges in common.
Autism Eats provides autism-friendly non-judgmental environments for family dining, socializing and connecting with others who share similar joys and challenges.