Isaac lost his life when he was swept out to sea in Anglesey on August 29. He has never been found.
Fundraisers have rallied round and the appeal has already raised tens of thousands of pounds.
Click below for pictures from the lantern tribute to Isaac Nash
On October 18, Saturday, the fun starts at 7pm with a Rock ‘n’ Roll disco complete with fancy dress at St Paul’s Church hall, Marsh Lane, Shepley.
Tickets cost £5 and are available from Shepley Newsagents, Station Road or by messaging Sue Knowles or Sarah Berry on Facebook. Tickets on the door otherwise.
And what better way to walk off that night’s excesses than a bracing sponsored walk around Diggle Reservoir the following day at 10am?
Details from Minnie Ainley by messaging her on Facebook.
There’s a lull on the events front for a few days until Saturday, October 25, when Isaac’s grandfather Howard Lewis’s former colleagues in West Yorkshire Fire Service get to grips with washing dozens of cars at Huddersfield Fire Station.
The hard work from Red Watch lasts from 9.30am to 4pm and all donations to the Trust.
Also during the day there will be a 90-minute football match between friends of Isaac’s: ‘Isaac’ and ‘Nashers’ at Kirkburton Middle School at 2.30pm.
Numerous substitutes will be allowed and spectators are welcome.
And that night there’s a must-go-to fancy dress, Halloween event at 9pm at The Rhubarb Cafe where Storm will be playing and generously donating proceeds to the Trust.
Julie Beever is holding an open house at 1 Station Road, Stocksmoor, on Thursday, October 23, from 7.30pm-9.30pm and Friday, October 24, from 9.30am-1pm to showcase her new Out of Africa stock of bags, belts and giftware from Kenya.
Isaac’s grandmother Suzanna Lewis said: “People have put so much effort in it is unbelievable.
“The humanity out there has left us all incredulous. It’s just amazing.”
On Wednesday, October 22, members of the Trust’s committee will meet Robert Whittaker, of Kirklees Council, to discuss the progress of the park.