Light The Night Walk in Hawkesbury
On April 26, 2018 participants will gather at The Beer Store to take part in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada’s first Light The Night Walk in Hawkesbury. At twilight, participants will walk in solidarity along a designated 4 Km route to bring help and hope to the more than 138,000 Canadians affected by a blood cancer.
1036 Lansdowne St, Hawkesbury, ON K6A 1H7
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
5:00pm | Registration Opens & BBQ
6:30 pm | Opening Ceremony
7:00pm | Walk Starts
8:00pm | Closing Ceremony
About Light The Night Walk
Each year, in communities across Canada, teams of families, friends, and co-workers walk into the night holding illuminated lanterns to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada at the Light The Night Walks. Together, they bring help and hope to people affected by blood cancers and their families. The Walks are an inspirational and memorable evening event that takes place in nearly 200 communities across North America each fall. There are 11 official Canadian Light The Night Walks and dozens of volunteer-hosted community and school walks across the country. Visit LightTheNight.ca to learn more.
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