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Performance by: 


The Clown

Appearance by:



From the Ottawa Academy of Martial Arts

Laurent Benattar massage therapist:

Give a donation for a short chair massage.....



Photographer :

Lena B Photography

          Cake provided by:

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Lighting and Stageing provided by:

Autism awareness is more important than ever – autism prevalence has increased 78% in 5 years and continues to rise. This increase can only be partly explained by improved diagnosis and awareness.

Light It Up Blue (LIUB) is a unique global initiative to help raise awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. 

      Light it Up Blue was launched by Autism Speaks in 2010 in support of World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), which takes place on April 2. Iconic landmarks around the world Light It Up Blue in celebration of World Autism Awareness Day to show their support!
      In 2012, Autism Speaks Light It Up Blue campaign continued to raise awareness worldwide. Nearly 3000 structures in over 600 cities, 45 countries and on 6 continents illuminated in blue to shine a bright light on autism.

What is World Autism Awareness Day?
       In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly declared April 2 as World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) with the goal of bringing the world’s attention to autism, a pervasive disorder that affects tens of millions globally.
       WAAD shines a bright light on autism as a growing global health concern. WAAD activities help to increase and develop world knowledge of autism and impart information regarding the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention.

Support continues throughout the month of April in much of the world as it is also considered Autism Awareness Month.

Light It Up Blue (LIUB) 
for Autism on April 2, 2014

A community Event

The first Black Swan Events #LIUBAylmer was a free event for families in the National Capital Region for families that have children with special needs.  

Venue for the Event :

Aylmer Legion Branch #33 -

59 Bancroft St. 819-684-7063


Special guest : 

Nycole Turmel

MP for Hull-Aylmer

New Democratic Party

Prizes won: 

3 month membership for a child or adult


$100.00 towards a photo shoot package of your choice

Gift basket with all natural products.

At Vintage Girls, we use traditional oil infusions and herbal teas in our preparations in order to draw out the therapeutic properties of our herbs and flowers, which are grown in our herbicide and pesticide-free gardens.

Nicolas Blackburn

Realtor for Royal Lepage, Team Realty.

My goal is to satisfy all your real estate needs. The highest compliment you can give me is to recommend a friend or family member to use my service. I truly appreciate all your referrals!

PRIZE : 2 tickets in section 320, row H including a parking pass.

Sens vs New Jersey Devils

2 Adult Buffets

(includes 2 children)

Value of $57.50 each

Photo session with PA's Photography

90 minute body massage

value - $105.00

Laurent Benattar is certified in Quebec as a Massage therapist and  issues insurance receipts* as a member in good standing of  Le Regroupement des Massothérapeutes du Québec. He has trained in various forms of massage with  the Académie de Massage et d'Orthothérapie, Relax to The Max, and the Nayada Institute.


Gift basket provided by the Lone Star Texas Grill on Baseline Rd in Ottawa, Ontario - Value of $200

Salt and light photography have donated a time capsule family session for the value of $400.00

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