Port Hope Recreation Centre
62 McCaul St
Port Hope , ON
Are you interested in Trains? Ever wonder how model trains are made and who makes them?
Then join us at a SNEAK PEAK of The Ganaraska Modellers 25th Annual Ganaraska Model Train Show in Port Hope!!
The show will open 1 hour early JUST for Autism Ontario!!!!
During this private hour you are free to go to the booths and speak with the railway modellers and see all that they have to offer!! This exclusive event is not to be missed, especially if you love anything train or railway related!!
New this year:Kids Zone!!!
Lego Club Display
Junior Engineers interactive display
Animated N scale display
Thomas the Train parade float for photo opporutinies!
This event is open to children with ASD, their siblings, friends and caregivers only.
Check-in will begin at 8:30am, so you may arrive early if you choose. Please note that you may want to bring small step-stools for better/easier viewing of displays.
Autism Ontario - Rachel Marks
Community Events Coordinator, East & South East regions and Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland & Peterborough Counties
361 Montreal St.
Kingston, ON K7K 3H4
Vous désirez parler à quelqu’un en français? Mathieu: firstname.lastname@example.org ou www.aoesefr.eventbrite.com
Autism Ontario's East and South-East Regions stretch along the St. Lawrence river from Brighton to Quebec, and as far north as Mattawan and include:
The Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland & Peterborough Counties includes:
And all surrounding areas.
1.) Do I need to print out ticket or email confirmations to attend this event?
For most of our events there is no need to print anything, unless the event specifies otherwise. When you arrive at the event, you will have to check in at the registration desk. You will be asked for your name and how many people are attending with you. That's all.
2.) Do I need to bring proof of diagnosis?
No, not needed. Again, just check in at the registration desk and enjoy the event.
3.) Is there a cost to attend this event?
Almost all of our events are free of charge because the cost is covered by Autism Ontario's Potential Programme, in partnership with Ontario’s Ministry of Children & Youth Services and the local Autism Ontario Chapter. If there is a cost, you will see it on the registration page when you select how many ticket you want.
4.) Do I need to be a member of Autism Ontario to register and participate?
No. While membership does provide other great opportunities, events provided through Autism Ontario’s Potential Programme are open to all families of children with ASD, under the age of 18, who reside in Ontario.