Welcome to the WALK FOR AUTISM at the Farmington Fairgrounds, FARMINGTON, ME
Registration begins at 11:00am - Walk Starts at 12:00 noon
The Walk route is approximately half mile around the oval track miles on around the oval track.
Click on button for more information and to register!
NOTE: At online registration site, you will be given the choice to purchase a Walk t-shirt for $6.00. T-shirts are pre-ordered, there will be no t-shirts available to purchase at the Walk event. Please call ASM if you will not be registering online (you will be registering in person at event) and want to pre-order a t-shirt: 1-800-273-5200.
T-Shirt order DUE BY APRIL 10th!
Letter of Request for Corporate Sponsorship
The Walk for Autism is ASM's largest community and family event of the year. We have 5 Walks happening on the same day and start at the same time!
Bangor, Biddeford, Farmington, Fryeburg and Portland
Join us as we come together as a community in support of our loved ones with autism and in support of ASM to be a meaningful resource for individuals and families affected by autism and for the community they live in.
Children’s table: Crafts, coloring, face painting, water-based tattoos!
Bubbles wands will be given to the kids! NEW! Touchable Bubbles! (while supplies last)
Snacks and drinks!
ASM Autism Awareness Merchandise can be purchased at the ASM store table!
Evaluating Circumstances Creating Outcomes (E.C.C.D.)
Raffles / prizes: To be announced
We have invited local Police Officers, Firemen and First Responders to join us if they are not out for an emergency.
This is the perfect time to let children get close to, and familiarize with first responders in uniform and also check out their vehicles!
The Walk for Autism will Happen Rain or Shine! It's springtime so be prepared for changing weather!
Registration and vendors will be outside unless it rains and will move inside one of the large fairground buildings.
This page will be updated with new information as it comes in - check back in!
Contact us with any questions:
Autism Society of Maine