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The 11th Annual Rockin' the House Bonspiel


Hurry to Participate!

Breaking Down Barriers invites you to participate in this fun, inclusive event on February 25th, 2017 at the Curling Club of Collingwood. Teams will curl 2 ends each and have continental breakfast and a full hot lunch. There will be a huge silent auction and a 50/50 draw. Cost: $200 for a team of 4. $15 each for additional team members. Prizes will be awarded for the best team name and best team costume so get creative. Participants are encouraged to raise pledges, prizes awarded for top individual and top team fundraisers. Registration deadline is February 10, 2017.

Call Debbie at 705-445-1543 ext 0 or reception@breakingdownbarriers.ca to register or click the link to register.

 

 

Breaking Down Barriers - Your Independent Living Resource Centre

Breaking Down Barriers empowers people with disabilities, enabling them to live independently in our communities of South Georgian Bay.


Breaking Down Barriers is an inclusive agency, serving people with physical, sensory, emotional or intellectual disabilities. Disabilities can be visible or invisible. We are located in Collingwood but serve South Georgian Bay including Wasaga Beach, Clearview and the Town of the Blue Mountains. Our website reflects the many activities, programs and initiatives that we provide for people with disabilities and the whole community. We welcome those interested to participate in our programs and events either as consumers, volunteers or members. Come and join us as we continue to break down barriers that prevent the full participation of people with disabilities in our community. Please explore our website for more information, visit on our facebook page or call us at 705-445-1543.

Breaking Down Barriers 30th Anniversary


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