After rescheduling Feb. 10's special needs resource fair in Natick due to the snowstorm last month that pounded the state for days with about two feet of snow, sponsors are once again pushing back the fair because of the snowy weather.
Meteorologists predict that there will be about four to eight inches of snow by Friday this week, causing many events to be cancelled or rescheduled.
The special needs resource fair will now take place Sunday, March 24 at the Natick High School's cafeteria from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Vendors at the fair will provide resources available to MetroWest families in a relaxed and free forum, according to event organizers. A wide range of services for preschool through high school students will be available, including:
- Therapeutic yoga and horseback riding
- Occupational therapy
- Social groups
- Financial planners
- Adaptive sports
There will also be an arts and crafts area for kids.
To see an updated list of registered vendors, visit the event's website.
While the event is free, there is a suggested $5 donation to support Natick Special Education Parent Advisory Council, the organization hosting the event.
Jaclyn Reiss can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org