Who: Colton’s Journey to Liberation. A nonprofit ( 501 C) organization dedicated to providing education and awareness about substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues while eradicating negative stigma and connecting individuals, family and friends with open, supportive resources dedicated to recovery.

What: 3RD Annual event “ Fall Fest”. A family friendly day of fun, games, education and community spirit. We will be offering delicious foods to choose from, including Fair favorites, face painting, games for the whole family, live music all day, children’s activities, pie eating contest, and more. Dennis George aka The Quiz Master will be entertaining everyone from 12PM – 3 PM and hosting a tournament from 3 PM til 6 PM.
Speakers and demonstrations will fill the day. Enjoy some Laughter Yoga, join in a yoga class, drumming circle, martial arts to start with, listen into engaging speakers discuss topics such as “ The Dignity Act”, essential oils for health, experience therapy dogs, and so much more. Many vendors will be present providing information as well as selling crafts, products and services. Come and take a look. A fun day with a little something for everyone.
UNYTS Blood Drive 2PM – 6PM
$10 for adults to support our mission. Children under 12 free.

When: September 7, 2019, 12PM – 7 PM

Where: Erie County Fairgrounds, 5600 South Park Avenue, Hamburg, NY 14075.
Grange Building, Market Place, 42nd Street and Outdoor Theater

Why: Colton’s Journey is about helping to improve lives, create a healthy community, create awareness about mental health, substance abuse and recovery resources. We are a one stop for resources to help with these issues and want the public to know about all of the resources available to them. We choose a “Fall Fest” as a way to bring people together to celebrate life , to remind people of the joy of living, and assist them in finding ways to do so. We are looking to the community to assist us in reaching our goals through this amazing day of fun.
www.cjtol.com For further information contact Jill O’Hara,Director of Community Outreach at 716-426-6529 or email a[email protected]