OTTAWA, Aug. 14, 2018 /CNW/ - On Thursday, August 16, 1,400 children and adults with developmental and/or physical disabilities and their caregivers will share priceless memories at the Capital Fair.
Special Needs Day allows people with disabilities to enjoy all the sights and attractions at the fair a day before it opens to the public. To ensure optimal fun and accessibility, this exclusive day offers midway rides at reduced speeds, smaller crowds, and volunteers to lift guests on and off rides.
For 18 years Hydro Ottawa has partnered with the Capital Fair for Special Needs day, allowing thousands of guests to enjoy the opportunity to experience such an amazing community event and making Special Needs Day one of the most memorable days of the year for both the guests and the many Hydro Ottawa employee volunteers.
August 16, 2018 - 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Rideau Carleton Raceway – 4837 Albion Road
Special guests: Mayor Jim Watson and several Council members,
Hydro Ottawa Chair Jim Durrell, and CEO Bryce Conrad
About Hydro Ottawa
Hydro Ottawa delivers electricity to approximately 332,000 homes and businesses in Ottawa and Casselman. For 100 years, Hydro Ottawa has reliably supplied its customers with power, building and investing in the local electric grid. Proudly municipally owned, Hydro Ottawa contributes to the well-being of the community we serve. Its innovative services help customers manage their account and energy use.
SOURCE Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc.
For further information: Media contact: Rebecca Hickey, Supervisor, Media and Public Affairs, Hydro Ottawa, Tel: 613-738-5499 ext. 2345, [email protected]