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Love on the Brain – Event in Support of the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region 5:30 pm
Love on the Brain – Event in Support of the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region @ Paris Crepes Cafe
Feb 1 @ 5:30 pm
“Love on the Brain” is an event in support of the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region. 3-course dinner, silent auction, healthy brain foods & nutrition education presentation. For tickets call Brittany at 905-353-9555. $65 per person.
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Trivia Night to Benefit Oak Centre and the Lake House 6:00 pm
Trivia Night to Benefit Oak Centre and the Lake House @ Royal Canadian Legion
Feb 8 @ 6:00 pm
Doors open at 6:00pm, pizza at 6:30pm, and the competition begins at 7:00pm. Tickets are $20 per person (8 people per table). Tickets include pizza, snacks, and door prize entry ballot. There will be a cash bar, prize for winning team, and team names. Tickets are first come first served. For tickets or more information, please contact Sylvie, Marlena, or Natalie J. at 905-788-3010. This fundraiser is hosted by the Oak Centre.
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Boys and Girls Club of Niagara’s 21st Annual Sweep for Kids Bonspiel
Boys and Girls Club of Niagara’s 21st Annual Sweep for Kids Bonspiel @ Niagara Falls Curling Club
Feb 16 all-day
Join the Boys and Girls Club of Niagara for their 21st Annual Sweep for Kids Bonspiel charity fundraiser. The event will see 20, 4-person teams from beginners on up, participate in a curling competition with all proceeds in support of the Boys & Girls Club of Niagara. Take to the ice to enjoy some friendly competition and comradery, with the ultimate goal of raising funds to support the organization’s programs and services benefitting children and youth across the Region. Registration fees are $50 per person or $200 per team, and includes 2 games (6 ends) and lunch. There will be prizes for top pledges, trophies for the winning teams and silent auction. Register in person at the Boys and Girls Club (8800 McLeod Rd., Niagara Falls), by phone during business hours (905-357-2444 x221), or online. This event is hosted by the Boys and Girls Club of Niagara.
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Coldest Night of the Year: YWCA Niagara Region 4:00 pm
Coldest Night of the Year: YWCA Niagara Region @ Grimsby Secondary School
Feb 23 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The 4th annual Coldest Night of the Year West Niagara is being held in support of the YWCA’s West Niagara Affordable Housing program! Get excited for the non-competitive 2km, 5km, or 10km walk that raises awareness about and funds for the fight against poverty and homelessness in our community! And don’t forget, after the walk you can join the YWCA back inside to warm up with some chili and vote for your favourite in our “Chilly” Cook-Off. The goal of YWCA’s West Niagara Affordable Housing program is to provide transitional supportive housing to all of West Niagara, which will lead individuals to self-sufficiency within the time frame of one to three years. Together with community partners, the YWCA Niagara Region provide supportive programming and housing solutions to individuals who are committed to attaining self-sufficiency. Partners include community organizations, individuals, service providers and the faith community as well as residential clients.
Meridian Credit Union Coldest Night of the Year for Project SHARE 4:00 pm
Meridian Credit Union Coldest Night of the Year for Project SHARE @ St. Paul Catholic High School
Feb 23 @ 4:00 pm
The Meridian Credit Union Coldest Night of the Year is a 2, 5 or 10 km winter walk raising funds to support the hungry, homeless and hurting in Niagara Falls who rely on Project SHARE. Gather a team or friends, family or coworkers, or join Project SHARE’s team, collect pledges and come out for a fun winter walk. Warm up after with hot chocolate and soup. Register to walk, volunteer or donate at www.cnoy.org.
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