Join Southgate and Lexus South Pointe for this unforgettable night of “Fall Fashion in the Fast Lane”. Taking place on Thursday, October 9 from 7-10pm, this soiree will benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The evening will start at 7pm with delicious appetizers from New Asian Village and Parkallen restaurants, beverages, gleaming high-performance cars, and beats by Urban Metropolis at the stunning Lexus South Pointe. Plus, get a nail makeover at the nail bar presented by Eveline Charles for complimentary mini-manicures and nail stamping. At 8pm our fashion program will begin with our lovely host Bridget Ryan from City TV. Our show will include a spectacular performance by Firefly Theatre, glittering fall fashion, prizes and more. After the program, stay and mingle with the stylish crowd over dessert and Nespresso coffee.
100% of ticket sales and silent auction proceeds will go to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
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Guests must be 18 years of age or older.
In Support of:
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
Thank you to our event partners:
Lexus South Pointe
Special Event Rentals
Silent Auction partners:
Delta Edmonton South
Did you know about these stats about the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation?
- The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is the largest, community-led charity dedicated to funding relevant and innovative research, and supporting and advocating for the breast cancer community.
- Our vision of creating a future without breast cancer is the driving force behind everything we do at the Foundation.
- Funds raised through events and people like you are invested into our vision (of creating a future without breast cancer).
- The Foundation acts as the link between fundraisers and the breast cancer research community, and to education and awareness programs.
- Last year we funded 25 different research projects to the tune of $5.36 million. These projects will focus on the key areas of breast cancer research such as: risk reduction, diagnosis, treatment and improving the quality of life of those most affected by the disease.
- Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis in Canadian women.
- One in nine Canadian women will develop breast cancer during her lifetime.
- In 2014, an estimated 24,400 Canadian women and 210 Canadian men will be diagnosed with breast cancer.
- The Foundation encourages everyone to become breast aware. Know how your own breast look and feel, and know what signs to look and feel for. Do not hesitate to see your family health provider if you are concerned about your personal breast health.
- Knowing what your risk factors of getting breast cancer are, and knowing how to reduce your manageable risks is important.
- Be active for at least 30 minutes a day
- Maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet
- Maintain a healthy body weight
- Limit alcohol intake
- Do not smoke
- Early detection saves lives. Talk to your family health care provider to find out more ways to be breast health aware, or visit our website cbcf.org for more information.
- The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure takes place on Sunday, October 5 in 64 locations across Canada. Over 170,000 people will join together to walk or run for a future without breast cancer.