August 2015

Agenda

Author: AdminPublished: 22 July 2015

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August events

August

9-16

CNS Summer Campus for Parkinson, Portugal

A summer campus of seven days of assessment, intensive training with exercise sessions and educational workshops, geared towards Parkinson’s rehabilitation. Activities include Nordic walking, floor training, boxing activities and hydrotherapy.

22

Moving Day, USA

Moving Day is the National Parkinson Foundation South Dakota’s annual fundraising walk/run event. This celebration of movement will feature a family friendly walk course, a kids area, a carers relaxation tent and a special Movement Pavilion featuring yoga, dance, tai chi, pilates, all proven to help manage the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

24-31

Summit Kilimanjaro 2015, Tanzania

Join other climbers on this trip of a lifetime to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and experience Africa while fundraising for Parkinson’s research. The trip length lasts roughly 11 days, with eight on the mountain, climbing via the Lemosho Route.

29

7th annual Speedy PD Race for Parkinson’s, USA

Speedy PD hold the 7th annual 5/10km races at the beautiful Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan, Kansas, USA. Both routes include scenic views of the lake and supporters line the course providing a great atmosphere.

30

Shake It Till We Make It celebrity gala dinner, USA

The Brian Grant Foundation hosts the fifth annual Shake It Till We Make It celebrity gala fundraiser for Parkinson’s disease awareness and education. Join ex-NBA star Brian Grant and friends for an evening of entertainment and inspiration.

31

Shotgun golf tournament by the Brian Grant Foundation, USA

The Brian Grant Foundation hosts a Shotgun golf tournament at the Oregon Golf Club in Portland, USA, for a round of 18 with the former NBA player.

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