Some people may find it hard to have a voice, especially if they feel something is holding them back.
Dream Big is an event aimed towards inclusion, reaching goals, and overcoming obstacles for individuals with disabilities.
Kincardine resident Josh Easton will be speaking at the event. When he was in grade 9, he was diagnosed with a malignant teratoma tumor, and doctors believed he wouldn't wake up from a coma. After proving them wrong, he decided he wanted to help others like him.
He'll be speaking about his story, and advocating for others with mobility issues.
Other speakers include Nicole Flynn and Sam Forbes.
The event is on Thursday at the Libro Community Hall in Clinton.
Tickets are 15 dollars with doors opening at 6:30.