Central Texas Christian School's Fall Fest is happening this Saturday from 2p to 4pm at 4141 W. FM 93.

It's one of the only festivals of it's kind that is designed around children with special needs. All children who attend have different abilities, and there are plenty of volunteers ready to assist along the way. Kids can enjoy games, a bean bag toss, cake walk, Bike-R-Treat, and even pumpkin bowling.

Central Texas Christian School holds the Fall Festival as an annual event at no cost to families with children with special needs. According to the Temple Daily Telegram, American Legion Riders Post 55 bring their bikes and candy for the Bike-R-Treat. Allumed Medical supply sets up a special fishing game and provides pizza for the kids, Apple Home Care provides a hand-print canvas fun station, and Blue Cross Blue Shield hosts a pumpkin painting station. Be sure to make time for a hayride provided by C.T.C.S which features a trailer that is wheelchair accessible, and a favorite part of the event for kids who attend each fall.

The kiddos at C.T.C.S. have certainly been getting ready for fall, and this Saturday is a great chance to put a smile on a young persons face. The event is free, and all families with special needs children are encouraged to attend.