BrainWAVE AB 2019 Jurassic Forest

BrainWAVE invites its members to Jurassic Forest!

Date
Saturday, September 14, 2019
 
Time:  11:00 am - 3:00 pm (approx)
Venue: 

Jurassic Forest
2-23210, Township Road 564,
Gibbons, AB

Join BrainWAVE and dig for dinosaur bones!

  • A fun-fillled day: Dig for dinosaur bones, mini-golf, guided tours of the 40-acre prehistoric preserve and more! 
     
  • Have a buffet lunch and hang out with your BrainWAVE friends!
     
  • Jurassic Forest is completely wheelchair / motorized scooter and stroller accessible.
     
  • The event ends at 3:00 pm but the park remains open until 7:00 pm should you and your family wish to stay.
     
  • Tickets are limited, so register early to reserve your spot!
     

RSVP by Thursday, August 29, 2019.

If you have any questions please contact Cheryl Bauer at 1-800-265-5106 ext. 400 or cbauer@braintumour.ca

Please note: Registration for this event is open to pediatric brain tumour patients / survivors and their immediate family only. 

Please indicate if there are any food restrictions/requirements and/or mobility restrictions/requirements. 

If you can no longer attend, please let Cheryl know at your earliest convenience, as there is a limit on the number of tickets available and we would like to give another family the chance to attend if you cannot.    

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