Saturday, October 19
Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Join us for a fun-filled day of family activities, friendly sports competition, food and entertainment – all to promote and celebrate inclusion!
Day of inclusion?
Packed with activities, music, food and more, Day of Inclusion brings together the greater community to celebrate the abilities of all people. Whether you compete in the Unified Sports Challenge or spend the day getting to know Special Olympics athletes, you’ll leave feeling empowered to be a catalyst for inclusion in our community.
Rally Your Crew
Rally your friends, family or coworkers and sign up in teams of 4.
Start the Competition
Teams are paired with Special Olympics athletes and celebrities to work together to complete a series of fun activity stations.
Earn Prizes & Rewards
In addition to activity prizes, awards will be given to teams showing the most spirit, sportsmanship, and more!
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Trucktoberfesthosted byMobile Food Rodeo
Grab a bite from some of Seattle’s favorite food trucks!
Inclusion Pledge Wall
Tell us why you choose to include, then join us on October 19 and write your #InclusionRevolution note on the Pledge Wall!
Across Washington, there are more than 10,000 volunteers who dedicate their time and resources to Special Olympics. At Day of Inclusion, you can learn more about how you can get involved and the year-round volunteer opportunities available throughout the state.
The Day of Inclusion festival is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required for the Unified Sports Challenge; the registration fee for a team of four individuals is $160 and includes Unified Sports Challenge t-shirts and medals for each team member.
A team of four people is required to register for the Unified Sports Challenge. If you don’t have the names of all of your teammates at the time of registration, don’t worry. You can add additional team members anytime before Saturday, October 12.
The top 10 fundraising teams will be able to select their celebrity teammate. For all other teams, celebrities will be randomly assigned. Teams can request a specific Special Olympics athlete to compete with their group.
We highly encourage additional fundraising, but it is not required. All funds raised do support Special Olympics athletes across Washington.
Unified Sports Challenge participants must be 8 years old or older. For children under 8 years of age, there’s still plenty to do at Day of Inclusion including joining us for the Young Athletes Festival and the Kids Zone.