Best of Local 2021
Thu, November 04, 2021
6:00 PM – 9:30 PM ADT
Cedar Events Centre
111 Clayton Park Drive
Halifax, NS B3M1M3
Autism Nova Scotia is proud to host the 8th annual Best of Local gala event presented by Stewart McKelvey on Thursday, November 4th. This incredible evening will celebrate the autism community’s resilience and courage, while featuring delectable food and beverages, entertainment and stories from our community.
We are truly honoured to announce that Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer, will be our featured speaker of the evening. In a special fireside chat led by Autism Nova Scotia’s Executive Director, Cynthia Carroll, our attendees will have the pleasure of witnessing a heartfelt and inspiring dialogue about the courage, compassion, and perseverance the autism community has shown this year.
“After such a challenging year, we are excited to gather safely with our community of sponsors, supporters, and esteemed guests for a special night dedicated to making a real difference in the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and their loved ones.” - Sarah Boyne, Best of Local Chair & Autism Nova Scotia Board Member
The impact of our Best of Local gala stretches far beyond one evening. Your support of Autism Nova Scotia extends year-round by allowing us to continue our mission: To build understanding, acceptance, and inclusion for individuals on the Autism Spectrum and their families through leadership, advocacy, training and programming across the lifespan.
Demonstrate your support for our community by purchasing your tickets online today or call our office at 902-446-4995
TICKETS Selected during registration
Best of Local Table
$1,600.00 per ticket
8 attendees per ticket
Table with 8 seats for you and your guests - includes signage recognition for your company or organization
Best of Local Ticket
$200.00 per ticket
Founder's Circle (Previously Friends of Jack and Joan)
$1,000.00 per ticket
2 attendees per ticket
Founder's Circle tickets for 2 guests - includes program recognition and preferred seating location