2024 FEAT Walk & Spring Carnival
Saturday, April 13, 2024

The 2024 FEAT Walk & Spring Carnival brings together families, their friends, and vendors for autism services for a fun, interactive outdoor experience that connects local families living with autism. Join us for a meaningful and enjoyable day in Maidu Community Park. 

2024 FEAT Walk & Spring Carnival

Saturday, April 13, 2024
Maidu Community Park
1550 Maidu Drive ~ Roseville CA 95661

  • FEAT Walk & Spring Carnival Registration is $25 each
  • Kids ages two to 12 are $5 each
    Under age two are free.
  • "Virtual" FEAT Campaigner Registration is $25 each

T-SHIRT NOTE: Each participant over the age of 12 that raises $50 in donations by April 1, 2024 will receive a 2024 FEAT Walk T-Shirt at the event. 
Adult sizes only S, M, L, XL, 2XL.


  • FEAT's Spring Carnival following the Walk
  • Live music performance by Chasing Sunday
  • Morning "kick-off" rally 
  • 2k nature trail walk/run
  • Fun booth activities
  • Face painting
  • Jump houses
  • Raffle
  • + more!

MORNING Schedule

8:00   Registration Open/Pick up T-Shirts
8:00   Raffle Ticket Sales
9:00   Kick-Off Rally
9:30   2k FEAT Walk on accessible paved nature trail
10:00 Spring Carnival Booths and Vendor Activities
11:00 Raffle Winners Announced (you must be present to win)
11:00 Live Music featuring sensory-friendly Chasing Sunday! Bring a picnic and dance to the music! (Sound will be adjusted for sensitive ears.)
12:30 Clean Up/Event Ends by 1:30

When you register to join the FEAT Walk, you create your own fundraising page to share with family and friends, and you also have the opportunity to create a TEAM.

Celebrating the Courage of Families Living with Autism 

FEAT's eighth FEAT Walk & Spring Carnival on April 13, 2024 celebrates FEAT's 
31 years of nonprofit, volunteer driven service and resources for the local autism community. FEAT's mission is to continue to provide families with strong peer support, free education/resource meetings, meaningful family events, and access to caring volunteer coaches who share effective advocacy strategies.

When FEAT began as a volunteer-driven nonprofit in 1993, the prevalence for autism was one in 10,000. Today, the prevalence for autism is one in 44. 

There is no cure for autism, making it a life-long challenge for families to have access to options for their loved ones to reach their full potential and experience a maximum quality of life. 

"We will never forget the comfort of having FEAT members helping us 17 years ago when we first moved to Sacramento and our son was diagnosed with autism. Having FEAT's support during that bewildering time, and since, has made life more bearable."  Howard &Tracey Dinh, FEAT Parents

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