Examples of Community Events

Below  just some of the types of events that have been held in support of brain tumour patient programs and critical research into the cause of and a cure for brain tumours. If you have more event ideas, please submit to Eileen Quigg at equigg@braintumour.ca.

Find stories about Community Fundraisers in support of the brain tumour community here.
Appreciation Days
Apple Days
Auctions
Bake Sale
Barbeques
Basketball tournament
Beach party
Bike Hikes
Bike-a-thon
Beauty pageants
Bingo Parties
Block Party
Bowling
Candy sale
Car Shows
Car Wash
Casual Days
Club night
Comedy night
Concerts
Crafts Shows
Cruise Themes
Cut –a-thons
Curling Bonspiels
Dances
Donut Sale
Dog Shows
Dinners  (Pasta nights etc.)
Easter Egg Hunt
End of year sale
Ethnic Festival
Fall Festival
Family Feud
Fashion Show
Fifties Party
Fishing Tournament
Fitness Challenges
Flag Football
Flea Market
Football Games
Foreign film night
Game night
Garage Sales
Gift wrapping booth
Girls Night
Grammy Night party

Halloween Party
Haunted House
Hawaiian Luau
Hayride
Hiking
Hockey game
Homecoming events
Horse events
Hot Dog Days
Ice Cream party
Ice skating party
Jam Session
Karaoke
Kite competition
Magic Shows
Make up  parties
Mexican Food Night
Mini-golf Tournament
Movie Festival
Music Events
Oktoberfest
Photography contest
Pie eating contest
Pizza Party
Pool Party
Pool Tournament
Pumpkin decorating contest
Rodeos
Scavenger hunt
Sixties party
Softball Tournament
Square dancing
Talent Show
Theme Partio0es
Trivia Night
Valentine’s Day Themes
Video Game Contest
Volleyball (indoor/Outdoor)Tournament
Walk-a-thons
Water Polo

 

 

 

 

 

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