Saturday, April 11 –
Puzzle Piece Palooza, a free event open to the public, welcomes families of all ages to Broken Arrow for a day of fun, while raising support and awareness for an important cause. “Our hope is to offer support to those within the autism community and significantly raise the level of awareness and acceptance in the Broken Arrow community,” its website says. On Saturday, April 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., kids can enjoy bouncy houses, face painters, balloon artists and magicians. There will be food trucks and live entertainment. Nathan Wagner, a Chicago-based musician, will be performing. Take the whole family down to Chisholm Trail South Park in Broken Arrow to celebrate and support the community. Puzzle Piece Palooza’s goal this year is to raise $25,000, and they’re almost there with $15,350 raised so far. For more information about the event or how you can help, visit www.puzzlepiecepalooza.com.