ADA Is Turning 20

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at the Woodland Park Zoo on July 26, 2010, 10 am to 2 pm.

On July 26th, a celebration of the landmark passage of one of the nation’s premier civil rights laws will take place at the Woodland Park Zoo (5500 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103).

There will be booths with disability resource information, speakers, prizes/awards, entertainment, including comedian Al Foxx, and an ADA birthday cake!

A $500 youth scholarship will also be awarded on that day to a high school senior or college freshman with a disability.

Ticketing
A limited number of free tickets will be available. After that, the cost will be $4.50 for people with a FLASH card and $12 for others. Please contact Alliance to reserve your ticket. City of Seattle residents may apply for FLASH Cards through Alliance.

RSVP to
Alliance of People with disAbilities
Phone: 206.545.7055; Fax: 206.545.7059
TTY: 206.632.3456; events@disabilitypride.org

Location
Event will be held in the North Meadow of the Woodland Park Zoo. Parking at the zoo costs $5, so please consider carpooling or using public transportation, if needed. For directions, go to www.zoo.org.

Sponsors
Alliance of People with disAbilities
State of Washington Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Northwest ADA Center Regional 10 National Network
Woodland Park Zoo