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Americans with Disabilities Act Celebration Day

A celebration of the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Rain location: If there is heavy rain, ADA Day events will be moved inside to the 5th floor of City Hall.


A free event for children, families, and individuals of all abilities!

ADA Celebration Day is a yearly celebration of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is held in Boston around the last week of July near the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act signing. Each year, we honor a local organization that has made an impact on accessibility or inclusion in Boston. ADA Celebration Day is an event for people of all ages and all abilities to come together and celebrate a milestone in the disability community. 

The public is invited to join us for: 

  • food  
  • music
  • a resource fair
  • friends, and
  • fun.

ASL and CART provided. For additional accommodation requests, call 617-635-3682 or e-mail disability@boston.gov.

12:00pm - 2:00pm
1 City Hall Square
Boston, MA 02201
Price:
FREE
Contact:
Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities
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