Announcing Inclusion Festival 2022!

Announcing Inclusion Festival 2022!

Mark Your Calendars for July 15-17, 2022! We are very excited to announce that Inclusion Festival will be returning at a new location, Kempton Community Center in Kempton, PA, July 15-17, 2022! Presented by Accessible Festivals, Inclusion Festival is an accessible music and wellness festival for everyone! Designed to accommodate all ages

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Embracing a New Hobby

Embracing a New Hobby

During the pandemic, millions of people found themselves with more leisure time than ever before. Many made the most of that newfound free time by exploring new hobbies and interests. Hobbies are beneficial in various ways. According to Psychology Today, hobbies help structure time; promote flow, a

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A Guide to Cooking with Kids

A Guide to Cooking with Kids

Children may start their culinary careers crafting mud pies in their backyards, but that creativity and imagination soon may translate into foods they can actually eat. Many kids love cooking because it can be fun and messy, which are two qualities that children find hard to resist.

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Enjoy a Homespun Halloween Holiday

Enjoy a Homespun Halloween Holiday

Halloween is a day many people, including adults and children, eagerly anticipate. Steeped in tradition, Halloween is a day that’s always good for a scare and, of course, some candy. Many Halloween traditions are rooted in customs from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. Samhain marked the

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How to choose the best campsite

How to choose the best campsite

Millions of people enjoy camping every year. Data from the KOA 2021 North American Camping Report indicates there were more than 94.5 million camper households throughout North America in 2020. As the world confronted the COVID-19 pandemic, North American campers took to camping in droves and intended

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How To Be An Ally for the Disability Community

How To Be An Ally for the Disability Community

By Zane Landin There are many diverse members of the disability community — people with disabilities, allies, caretakers, caregivers, and advocates. People with disabilities have advocated for themselves in unique, creative ways to survive throughout history. For the disability community to continue gaining mobility in the mainstream

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Inclusion Day at Musikfest!

Inclusion Day at Musikfest!

We are very excited to announce that Accessible Festivals will be presenting an Inclusion Day at Musikfest on Saturday August 7th in Bethlehem, PA in partnership with the non-profit organization ArtsQuest! Saturday, August 7th will be dedicated to Inclusion Day on the SouthSide Arts District, featuring ASL Interpretation and

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Virtual Conferences Provide Key Opportunity for Accessibility

Virtual Conferences Provide Key Opportunity for Accessibility

By John Loeppky There was concern from some at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic that, in the words of research journal Nature, 2020 could be “a year without conferences.” Though cancellations or postponements from some of the world’s biggest conferences – academic and otherwise – were

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Worthwhile ways of promoting growth mindsets in your child

Worthwhile ways of promoting growth mindsets in your child

By Jessica Robinson Parenting is both a fascinating as well as a challenging journey. You want to give your child all the comfort and facilities in the world. At the same time, you also want to prepare your child for the befitting challenges of life. You do

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