Sporting sparkling, azure sunglasses, sapphire scarfs and steel-blue blazers, about 50 supporters came out to the Light It Up Blue open house for World Autism Day, last Wed. April 2
“If you know one child with autism, you know one child with autism,” Joan Craig, founder of Autism NS.
Here’s what was going on and ways to get involved with Autism NS.
Jacob Kroetch creates and sells miniature vintage cars using metal from the tops of pencils.
Miniature vintage models made by Jacob’s Treasures
Autism NS founder Joan Craig with playwright Jennifer Overton. (L-R)
Entrepreneur Nicholas Overton sketches, carves and presses beautiful birds onto greeting cards
Allistair Fraser designs greeting cards for Light It Up Blue, Easter and Mother’s Day, to name only a few.
Robyn Bradshaw (from left), Lauren King, Glenna Paynter-Parsons and Michelle Furlong at Autism Nova Scotia Open House on World Autism Day
Lauren King creates and sells jewelry with Promise of a Pearl, using the words ‘dream, believe and autism’.