ALOHA DAYS at SEEDs for Autism!

FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

Join us for a Hawaiian themed summer celebration of family and friends at Seeds for Autism!

This special Saturday event is open to those on the autism spectrum, their families, friends and the community!

Put on your Hawaiian shirts and get ready for a fun filled family event celebrating ALOHA DAYS at SEEDs for Autism!

At SEEDs for Autism we are happy to provide organized recreational activities in a structured, supportive environment where we can come together as a community, celebrate summer and have FUN! This family friendly event is a wonderful opportunity to empower those on the autism spectrum to explore their creativity, share new experiences, connect with others and GROW! Join us for ALOHA DAYS, make new friends, create lasting memories and be part of the celebration!

For more information, please visit our website: https://www.seedsforautism.org/events/

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Hershey’s Chocolate by Sydney

Hershey’s Chocolate Company has been around since 1894 and the founder, Milton Hershey, created such favorites as M&MS and Krackel Bars. The Hershey’s Company is one of the largest chocolate manufacturers in the world. Their products are sold in over 60 countries worldwide. They are a member of the World Cocoa Foundation. In 1903, Milton Hershey began construction of a cocoa plant in Derry Church, Pennsylvania, which was later renamed Hershey. The plant workers and their families lived there and Milton Hershey held social events for them. They also introduced a new product, Hershey’s Kisses, in 1907. The process to wrap the new product was long and hard until machine wrapping was introduced in 1921. They added the paper ribbon at the same time to make sure it was a real Hershey’s product. Their other products included: Mr.Goodbar, Hershey’s syrup, chocolate chips and the Krackel Bar. In conclusion, Hershey’s chocolate is my favorite chocolate.

 

New Candy Bar

After a lively game which involved identifying the ingredients of their favorite candy bars, participants at SEEDs for Autism invented their own one-of-a-kind treats. The only rule was that it had to be edible, and Justin M’s “Gooey Bar” was definitely one of the stand outs!

Name: Gooey Chocolate Bar

What Shape: Rectangle

What’s In It: Ketchup, Toothpaste, Blueberry, Grape Jelly, Relish, Cheese

By Justin M.

Spring Poetry at SEEDs for Autism

Writing poetry encourages creativity and self-expression. Poetry stirs the imagination and helps us grow emotionally and intellectually as we examine our thoughts and feelings in a symbolic way.  Here, the participants at SEEDs for Autism use poetry to celebrate the coming of Spring!

 

Valentine’s Day Poetry at SEEDs for Autism

Writing poetry encourages creativity and self-expression. Poetry stirs the imagination and helps us grow emotionally and intellectually as we examine our thoughts and feelings in a symbolic way. For Valentine’s Day, the participants at SEEDs for Autism explore what LOVE means to them by describing this powerful and complex emotion through the window of their own senses.

Christmas BY Keri

I’m going to Flagstaff this winter for Christmas and Christmas Day too. It’s going to be so much fun. We are going to open presents and eat tamales and rice and beans. We are probably going to the movies too. I hope it snows up there too. We are just spending just a couple of days there. I’m really excited too. This is are first year up there in Flagstaff. We are going to have a nice breakfast too.