Ohio All Disabilities Festival celebrates the pioneers of science: Dr. Frederic Bertley and the late Dr. Stephen Hawking

Future astronomer Joshua Carter

The All Disabilities Festival is a family affair

The All Disabilities Festival is a family affair

Honoré, Dr Frederic Bertley

Honoré, Dr Frederic Bertley

COLUMBUS, OHIO, USA, July 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Based in Ohio Festival all handicaps celebrates the achievements of people who have overcome challenges to create a better world. At this year’s All Disabilities Festival, the founders are intentional in creating a children’s space in the name of future astronomer Joshua Carter. This area will include a bouncy house for the enjoyment of children. Joshua is a 12-year-old child prodigy who has his own kid-friendly YouTube channel, which features videos that all have to do with space exploration and astronomy.

The children’s area will also pay tribute to the immunologist and scientific educator, Dr. Frederic Bertley. He is currently President and CEO of Science and Industry Center. Dr. Bertley kept science alive during the pandemic by giving Joshua 2 science kits. Stephen Hawking, the world-renowned English theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author, will also be honored for his excellent work. The third winner is Stephen Carter, Joshua’s older brother, who although he has autism, taught his little brother to read and do math when he was just 2 years old.

The 8th annual All Disabilities Festival is set to be celebrated on July 17, 2022. This monumental event is the brainchild of renowned entrepreneur Nicole Carter, founder and CEO of Unlimited Possibilities For All Disabilities, LLC (UPFAD). The All-Disabilities Festival is something people look forward to every year and will be held at Genoa Park on W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

UPFAD is a dynamic and inspirational business and social enterprise that promotes entrepreneurship for seniors, veterans, adults and children with disabilities. UPFAD provides them with an arena to showcase their talents by creating live, drive-in, drive-thru and virtual events. Additionally, they offer information resources and vendor opportunities. Admission is free to this lively and fun jubilee, with a stage where attendees can sing along, DJ music, clean R&B musical artists, vendors and more.

For more information, please contact Nicole Carter by email: [email protected] or by phone: 614-407-927 or website: www.upfad.org

Nicole Carter
Festival all handicaps
+1 614-407-9279
[email protected]

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