The event, which is free and open to the public, is geared toward children and young adults with special needs and their family members, caregivers and guardians.  It features both indoor and outdoor activities and will take place rain or shine.

Some of the fair activities already planned for this year include performances by 
Angels of the Heart, opportunities to climb aboard various emergency vehicles, play time with therapy dogs, face-painting and more.  In addition to enjoying the activities presented by the expo Committee, attendees are able to speak with professionals representing a wide range of services and obtain informational materials.  Many of the vendors also have giveaways and activities planned.