Thousands of New Yorkers will arrive at the South Street Seaport June 14 for New York City’s “Walk Now for Autism” which is a part the country’s largest grassroots walk for autism. The event is organized by Autism Speaks and run by families and volunteers all around the country, Canada and the U.K. The walk is family friendly, so expect the Seaport to have plenty of temporary tattoos and face painting for young children. The walk is between 1.5 and 3 miles and aims to increase awareness about the disorder and raise funds for autism research.
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