Community Events

Every year, people are supporting Prostate Cancer Canada by organizing fundraising events. These community events (also called third party events) include golf tournaments, sporting events, galas, BBQs, bike-athons, and more.

Every dollar counts! 
For more information about community events, please contact our Events team at 416-441-2131, toll free at 1-888-255-0333, or email at events@prostatecancer.ca.

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Upcoming Events


BareAll.jpg Bare All for the Barre
November 14th, 2014

Barre is a unique, high energy, low impact class that fuses legendary fitness techniques from Pilates, Dance, Yoga and Athletic Intervals. Approximately 15 men, varying in ages, careers, and athletic abilities, will gather in the Annex at Cyclone Group Fitness on November 14th at 7:00 pm to participate in the first ever Bare All for the Barre event, with all proceeds being donated to Prostate Cancer Canada.

Cyclone Studio, 2-5187 Salter Street, Halifax, NS
7:00 pm
Learn more and register at:www.bareallforthebarre.ca.


ONE-IN-SEVEN: A Concert in Support of Prostate Cancer Canada
November 19th, 2014

A 2 hours musical concert featuring a variety of performers including Barbershop, Broadway, Jazz, Opera and Jewish Cantorial!  Rocco Rossi, President & CEO of Prostate Cancer Canada will be the MC of the event.

Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON
7:30 pm – 10 pm
For more information, please visit:
 www.prostatecancerconcert.com


 




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