2nd Annual "Autism Father's Day Photo"

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2nd Annual "Autism Father's Day Photo"

Autism Father's gathering for a group photo to highlight "Father's Day"!

By Kern Autism Network, Inc.

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 17 · 2:30 - 3:30pm PDT


Great Change Brewing 4200 Resnick Ct. Bakersfield, CA 93313


2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Autism Father's Day Photo

Kern Autism Network

Father's will need to pre-register so that we may know how many of you to expect. Upon arrival, you will check in with the your host Kern Autism Network and meet other father's in attendance. Enjoy a...

About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

Join Kern Autism Network, Inc. for a 2nd Annual "Father's Day" Photo . The organization would like to take this moment to bring all Autism Dad's of Kern County together to take a group photo at Great Change Brewing, in the outdoor courtyard, on this one day occasion. We want to see our newly diagnosed dads, our warrior dad's and our veteran dad's . You know who you are father's, join us this 2nd year tradition.

Note: This event is for fathers to unite with other fathers who are on the same Autism journey with their children, teen or adult. We will have a professional photographer who will take our group photo so that we can post on our social media outlets. We do plan to have a special treat for our father's who attend, so join us!

This event is for the FATHER'S ONLY-please no children as this is a local brewery business.

About the organizer

The Kern Autism Network, Inc. (KAN) is a non-profit organization of parents, grandparents, professionals, and other individuals that have an interest in autism. Our mission statement sums up our goals:

"Kern Autism Network Inc. provides support, awareness, information and education to families, professionals and the public throughout Kern County. We work towards cooperation, coordination and the creation of services between individuals and agencies. We strive for the advocacy of research, education and inclusion for individuals challenged with autism."  Improving the Lives of all Affected by Autism!