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Surfers for Autism: 8th Annual Space Coast Beach Festival

Space Coast Beach Festival

Surfers for Autism has been making a splash on the Space Coast for eight years! The 8th Annual Space Coast Beach Festival, presented by Surfers for Autism, is a community-derived event that celebrates family and children with developmental delays, where they can enjoy the ocean and learn how to surf and paddle board.

On Saturday, June 11, head over to Lori Wilson Park in Cocoa Beach for the 8th Annual Space Coast Beach Festival.

Space Coast Beach Festival1Surfers for Autism has been promoting family fun, where kids can enjoy a range of awesome activities with skilled surfers. Other than entertaining games and interactive exhibits, the festival will feature food trucks, music, raffles and more. Surfers and families alike are treated like the true rock stars that they are.

Grab your friends and family and head to Lori Wilson Park for an unforgettable day on the beach. The Space Coast Beach Festival is one of the most popular family-friendly events in Central Florida. If you’re interested in participating or volunteering in this event, please visit SurfersforAutism.org

On June 12, Endless Summer Tattoo is having their annual Surfers for Autism Tattoo Party, following the day after the Beach Festival. Endless Summer Tattoo will be doing $30 autism tattoos, with multiple designs to choose from. All of the money made from the tattoos will be donated to Surfers for Autism.

Other than tattoos, Endless Summer will have an inflatable water slide and the Taco City food truck dishing out delicious Tex-Mex tacos. Join the festivities and help support a great cause! For more info on Endless Summer Tattoo’s Surfers for Autism Tattoo Party, please visit their Facebook event page or call (321) 799-9776.

By Alyssa Brady, Staff Writer

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