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Community Events & Programs

Spinning Wheels Rockabilly Hootenanny & Silent Auction 
to end Parkinson's Disease

Saturday, June 1st from 7pm to 11pm
Legion on the Lake
(Royal Canadian Legion Branch Branch 344, 1395 Lake Shore Blvd West Toronto)

This summer, the Spinning Wheels team will cycle over 10,000 km's, visiting all 10 provinces, 2 territories, and 3 coasts in 60 days to let people know there is hope. 


To make this momentous task a reality, we need your help. Join us for a hootenanny at the lake with The Davis Payne Band, and lend your support to the cause.

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Dancing with Parkinson's

Online via Zoom

Dancing with Parkinson's (DWP) continues to be guided by its mission of bringing seniors out of isolation and fostering connection through dance even while we need to be apart. 

To this end, DWP invites you to join our free live dance classes through Zoom seven days a week. See you on the dance floor! 

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Porridge for Parkinson's

2024 date TBD

Porridge for Parkinson’s® is an elegant morning fundraising event that features a brunch prepared and served by top Toronto chefs, a brunch-themed silent auction, and special guest speakers.


The first Porridge for Parkinson’s breakfast in Toronto was held in 2009 and has now become a biennial event. Together, we have raised over $1.1 million in net proceeds, thanks to hundreds of sponsors, donors, guests, volunteers, and of course, our chefs!

The proceeds from our events fund groundbreaking research into the cause and cure for Parkinson’s Disease. Since 2019, funds have been directed to the Parkinson’s Research Excellence Fund at the Edmond J Safra Program, at Krembil Brain Institute, Toronto Western Hospital, UHN.


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Parkinson Canada Canvas of Hope

2024 date TBD

Parkinson Canada proudly presents “Canvas of Hope,” an inspiring event brought to you by Women for Parkinson’s (WFP). Canvas of Hope goes beyond fundraising; it’s a unique opportunity to unite, network with influential guests, and celebrate the power of art and community. It’s an opportunity to be immersed in creativity as we showcase the remarkable artwork of Canadian artists living with Parkinson’s. 


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