Garnering community-wide support from local business and nonprofit sectors, the Plano Families First Fall Fair is an event Mayor LaRosiliere is launching this year. It is designed to strengthen Plano
Garnering community-wide support from local business and nonprofit sectors, the Plano Families First Fall Fair is an event Mayor LaRosiliere is launching this year. It is designed to strengthen Plano families, especially those in need of community, educational, and career services and resources. The Fall Fair is free and open to families who reside in Plano or attend Plano schools.
Presented by United Healthcare, the Plano Family First Fall Fair will include a Job Fair with dozens of employers offering full-time, part-time and seasonal positions, plus a Career Corner where adults will receive career counseling and a free LinkedIn headshot. Approximately 22 are employers looking to fill 500 positions have signed up for the Job Fair.
Families can take advantage of free health screenings and flu shots, and children who qualify based on need will receive eye exams and new eyeglasses at no cost to the family. Also on tap are fitness demos, puppet shows and book giveaways, a children’s career corner complete with costumes and props, and science-focused educational activities.
Entertainment highlights includes a free photo booth, kids craft areas and face painting, and entertainment provided by the popular bilingual children’s music group, The Que Pastas.
(Saturday) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Plano Event Center
2000 E Spring Creek Pkwy