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  • Polar Express ExperienceThank you for joining Bridges Inc and The New Mexico Autism Society for our ‘Polar Express Experience!” At the bottom of the post is the sign in sheet! If you do it now and submit, it you do not need to do it at the event! When you arrive through the entrance into “The Polar Express Station,” you will be greeted by our Caring Santa! Make yourself comfortable for our screening of “The Polar Express!” When you choose to do so, line up and have your child(ren) get on the train (yes, adults can fit too if you wish) for their ride! The train is a trackless train, you may have seen it at the mall! The train will stop and everyone will get off at “Santa’s Workshop,” where you will find a hot chocolate bar, board games,   coloring, crafts and some classic      Christmas movies! Pajamas strongly encouraged! Lighting the way, luminarias will guide you on the path to “Santa’s Sensory Station,”  where there will be sensory items, a “quite room” and you can even indulge on a cookie or two! The parking lot in the Union Plaza will be blocked off for everyone’s safety! Please park along the road (Buena Vista Dr) or in the parking lot west of Buena Vista Dr. Boarding Times suggest your time at the event! Please arrive at the time you responded with via text message! 5pm, 6pm or 7pm! We have had a BIG response for the event and we would like to thank you for joining us for this very special evening! All Aboard!!! This is a FREE event, however donations are always welcome! We thank you in advance for supporting the New Mexico Autism Society and the autism community! CLICK HERE TO DONATE Sign in NOW, so you do not have to at at the event!  THANK YOU BRIDGES INC. FACEPAINTERINA MELISSA SALAZAR PHOTOGRAPHY  AMBER EARLS ALBERTSONS MARKET [read more…]
  • Upcoming Events September [read more…]
  • Autism Friendly Business (AFB)Autism Friendly Business (AFB) is a program that was developed by the New Mexico Autism Society in order to encourage and celebrate community inclusion.  Recognition of an AFB comes after each application has been reviewed by the New Mexico Autism Society.  This recognition allows all affected by autism to know where is a safe place in the community that is actively working to include individuals with autism through sensory friendly events, partnering with the New Mexico Autism Society, has hired an individual with autism, and/or much more.  We are grateful to all the businesses that have taken these steps and are proud to share their information with our families state wide.   CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE [read more…]

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