All or some of this event takes place online
Parkinson SuperWalkSat September 11, 2021 to Sun September 12, 2021
10 AM – 1 PM
Join us as we bring our communities together virtually to celebrate the 31st annual Parkinson SuperWalk! At Parkinson Society British Columbia (PSBC), we are inspired every day by the strength and resilience of our community. Together, we are united in our commitment to the advocacy, research, and fundraising efforts that are bringing us closer to a future without Parkinson’s disease. Funds raised through Parkinson SuperWalk help PSBC continue to offer life-changing programs and services.
This year, we are bringing you an engaging virtual SuperWalk experience with monthly exercise challenges, and an online opening ceremony which will be livestreamed on Saturday, September 11th at 10:00am. You can participate by walking in your local community (observing physical distancing), or joining us for a special exercise class following the opening ceremonies! We encourage you to gather your teammates, register online, and start fundraising today!
Register or learn more at www.parkinson.bc.ca/superwalk
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