4/21/19 Sensory Park Day is full of play

Sensory Park Day is full of play

Eli Whittington 4, looks at his father, David Whittington as he crawls through a playground tunnel tree trunk at Graham Regional Park for Sensory Park Day a sensory-inclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a hands-on area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Photos by Robert Thomason / Times-News
The Times-News 4/21/19     
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Eli Whittington 4, looks at his father, David Whittington as he crawls through a playground tunnel tree trunk at Graham Regional Park for Sensory Park Day a sensory-inclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a hands-on area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Hendrix Dreher, 4, kicks a soccer ball while his mother, Lola Dreher and brother, Myles, 2, watch his play at Graham Regional Park for Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. a sensoryinclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a hands-on area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Hendrix Dreher, 4, kicks a soccer ball while his mother, Lola Dreher and brother, Myles, 2, watch his play at Graham Regional Park for Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. a sensoryinclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a hands-on area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Danny Frazilus, 3, smiles as face paint artist, Mathew Hawkins completes a dinosaur as he attended with his mother, Renee Frazilus, Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. a sensory-inclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a handson area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Danny Frazilus, 3, smiles as face paint artist, Mathew Hawkins completes a dinosaur as he attended with his mother, Renee Frazilus, Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. a sensory-inclusive event for children with autism and other sensory needs. Activities included a music area, quiet area, small snacks, face painting and a handson area as well. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted the park experience.

Perry Frauney, 5, paints a picture for Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. He was attending the event with his parents, Trey and Fran Frauney and his brother, Weldon, 9. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted Saturday afternoon park experience.

Perry Frauney, 5, paints a picture for Sensory Park Day at Graham Regional Park. He was attending the event with his parents, Trey and Fran Frauney and his brother, Weldon, 9. High school students in the Alamance-Burlington Early College at Alamance Community College hosted Saturday afternoon park experience.