FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — The 11th annual disABILITIES Expo returned to the Coliseum Saturday for people who have a disability.
It is an annual fun and exciting expo with plenty of activities to do. There were vendors on site that you can shop and learn new things.
Kendra Leigh kicked things off Saturday morning on the main stage, with a talk about her life and her struggles with having a disability. That was followed by a drum circle, jesters, and eventually ended with a magic show performed by Cody Clark. The show was sensory-friendly.
In the sports center, there were cheerleaders, sled hockey and more! Turnstone has worked to bring new and exciting sports to this event every year and the new event this year is sled hockey.
There was also an Art Exhibit and Sale, as well as take home activities and other fun things. Over 100 vendors were lined up to teach and sell things to everyone who attends.
A graduation was going on at the same time as this event, so attendees were directed to park at or near the Conference Center entrance. To learn more about the event, admission cost or receive a free parking voucher, visit the website.