In conjunction with the Art Walk for Kids and Adults, the Jewish Federation of Greater S.B.’s Keston Youth Program is sponsoring an art exhibit that features works by autistic, developmentally disabled, special needs, and at-risk teens and adults. Admission to the exhibit, located at the Bronfman Family Jewish Community Center (524 Chapala St.), is free and work will be on display until Sept. 14. Artworks at the exhibit can be purchased for $225 each, which will benefit both the Art Walk for Kids and Adults, and the Jewish Federation.

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