Cape May County will again celebrate Disabilities Awareness Day in November in Avalon, an event designed as a day of information, food, music and fun not only for people with disabilities but for all who are interested in the agencies and organizations that serve the citizens of Cape May County. Although Disabilities Awareness Day is being held on a Saturday, Fare Free Transportation will be available to county residents who call to reserve a ride by Friday, November 4th, from 10 to 2 p.m.
Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. There will be a Kids Corner, with activities to entertain the children so parents can speak with and collect disability-related information from the 50+ exhibitors expected. Cape Regional Medical Center’s Parish Nurse Program will be offering free blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar screenings and other health information at the event. The Cape May County String Band will again entertain with its special brand of music, so look for some dancing in the aisles.