Sensory Friendly Area

Spark!Fishers is committed to providing a supportive, welcoming, and accessible environment for families and children of all ability levels at this event.

A Sensory Friendly area is available at Spark!Fishers for children and families with special needs. Located in the Driscoll parking lot off of Maple Street, the tented area will limit loud noises and flashing lights, provide support from trained volunteers, and offer sensory supports such as earplugs, etc. This area will also feature sensory activities provided by BACA, face painting, sensory friendly games, balloon artists, and more.

Quiet Areas & Sensory Friendly Viewing Areas

A quiet area is located in the Hamilton East Public Library from 11 a.m. to noon. Spark!Fishers also provides Sensory Friendly viewing areas for both the parade and fireworks.

Sensory Friendly Viewing Areas

  • Parade Viewing Area: Meyer Najem
  • Fireworks Viewing Area: Braden Building and ClearObject

Special thanks to our Sensory Friendly Area sponsors and partners, including BACA, Braden, ClearObject, Meyer Najem, and the Fishers Committee on Disability.