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Special Needs Fall Carnival Saturday, Oct 27th

Submitted by on October 24, 2012 – 10:33 amNo Comment

Special Needs Fall Carnival

A FREE Event for Individuals with Special Needs and Their Families

By Mina Frannea

Especially Needed is an organization based on a vision that a community can exist where individuals with special needs are valued, respected and included. A community made up of caring people who serve as a support system as well as mentors to this wonderful group of children and adults. provides special needs families with information regarding local services and resources. This non-profit organization also hosts seasonal events where families with special needs children can have an opportunity to have fun and relax, and simply focus on spending quality time with each other.

This Saturday, October 27th from 5-8pm is their 3rd Annual Special Needs Fall Carnival at The Ballfields at Craig Ranch in McKinney (6151 Alma Rd., McKinney, TX 75070). This is a FREE event!


  • petting zoo
  • carnival booths
  • games and prizes
  • trick or treating and much more!

Special fire works show at 7:45pm!

There will be lots of photo opportunities at the event so don’t forget your camera! Food and drinks will be available. is looking for event sponsors and volunteers to help at the event.  For more information, visit Especially Needed’s website at and connect with Especially Needed on Facebook at:

Mina Frannea is a freelance writer, web editor and social media professional. A Mom to nine-year-old twins, Mina enjoys writing about family friendly events and activities in DFW, favorite recipes and crafts that keep her children busy and happy. Visit her blog at




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