With one out of every 68 children in our country diagnosed with Autism there is a need for homes that give them some independence as they get older.
This day of fun at Steel Valley Brew Works in Youngstown is to raise funds to help support adolescents, and young adults plus their families impacted by Autism.
 The band RDNA entertained the crowd for three hours. And there was food and fun.
"We also have some amazing baskets, and silent auction items as well as 50-50 raffle and lot so great food and drinks, and people mingling," Co-Founder of Dylan's House Amy Shope said.
The vision for the Dylan's house is inspired by Kevin and Amy Shope's son.
"Dylan moved out when he was 17 and two years ago we purchased him a home ten minutes away that has really changed his life and my husband and I just feel so blessed. We want to help other families that might not be able to do that," Amy Shope added.
Dylan's House will be built on land donated by the Autism Society.
The goal of the nonprofit, Dylan's House, is to raise a half million dollars to build the home where four adolescents or young adults will live and have thier own caretaker to help them live their best lives.
Steel Valley Brew Works closed it's businesses to the public to host this event
The support of businesses across our region, family, and friends was evident. 
"It's always in a parents mind, in the back of their mind, what's going to happen when they age out, when they get to age 22. It's just such a wonderful important cause, and I admire them so much for what they're doing,"
Stephanie Torok said.
WFMJ News Anchor Erin Simonak shared her time to emcee this event.
To find out more about Dylan's house and to donate log onto dylanshouse.org