Special Events

Be Our Guest!

It’s no secret that Spectrum Services is famous for throwing really fun parties and events, so it’s never too early to get one of them into your calendar. More important, though, is that our special events are fundraisers to support the life-changing programs and services we offer. By coming to a Spectrum Services event, you’re not only guaranteed a great time, you’re supporting our special students with autism.

Autism Awareness Month Events

United By Autism Virtual Event: Thursday, April 22nd, 6:00pm – 8:30pm – Click Here!
Join us on Thursday, April 22nd for a night of Autism Awareness, virtual live music, lots of fun, a silent and live auction, award recipients, and some of your best Spectrum Services friends coming together, as we broadcast LIVE from the halls of Spectrum Services’ Kingston School. Our Online Auction begins in the beginning of April, and opens for bidding on April 8th, with the final bidding and wins on April 22nd at the Virtual Event.

Joey Eppard Live Benefit Concert: Thursday, April 15th 8:00pm – Click Here
Joey Eppard is a renowned music writer, recording artist, and the lead vocalist and guitarist for the experimental progressive rock band, 3.

Joey’s son, Julian, is also a student at Spectrum Services, and whose artwork appears here (Julian is quite the artist).

Light It Up “Spectrum Blue” Thursday, April 15th – Click Here
Join us on Thursday, April 15 as we honor our friends and loved ones during Autism Awareness Month. Post photos of you and your family wearing blue, the color that represents autism awareness. You could also write a few words or post a video of why you’re honoring a loved one with autism. Make sure to tag them all with #spectrumservicesblue

We’ll be tying it all together on social media, and you can play a part. Sign up on our Facebook Event. Use your Facebook account to host an Autism Awareness Fundraiser of your own, and invite friends and family to donate to support it.

Recent Past Events:

Virtual Telethon to Support our COVID-19 Response: For more info, and to view the recorded telethon, Click Here.
Harvest Hop 2019 – Check out the photos by Clicking Here


Your company or business can support local students with autism, while getting recognition, attention, and marketing outreach to a vast audience of extended Hudson Valley families and friends affected by autism. We offer various levels of sponsorships to fit all budgets for our events, but more and more businesses are choosing to become Annual Sponsors, thus supporting the school for the year, and marketed as supporters of our students with autism throughout the whole year. To become an Annual Sponsor Click Here.