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A Day in Her Shoes

Time: May 9, 2012 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Market Square Atrium
Street: Market Square
City/Town: Saint John
Phone: 633-1705
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Canadian Mental Health Assoc.
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2012

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Canadian Mental Health Association Saint John Branch is proud to announce that tickets are now on sale for A Day in Her Shoes on May 9th, 2012, during Mental Health Week, in the Market Square Atrium with our special guest Elizabeth Manley, Canadian Olympic Figure Skater and World Silver Medalist.

 

A Day in Her Shoes is a night of fun and fashion that will promote positive mental health amongst women, while partnering with community businesses, government and community agencies, to increase the awareness of mental health issues.  A Day in Her Shoes is a great opportunity to spend time with friends, family and coworkers while supporting a great cause!

 

This year we will have spring fashions from Manchester Shoe Salon, Samuel & Co and Envy, hors d’oeuvres and wine from the Market Square restaurant vendors along with a silent auction and door prizes.  A raffle draw will have one lucky winner whisked away to any US or Canadian destination via Porter Airlines, while another will be pampered with a spa package from Element5 Spa!  Special guest Elizabeth Manley, “Canada’s sweetheart”, speaks on her struggles with depression; the impact that it has had on her life, and her journey to become a healthier and happier person.  It will be an inspirational night!

 

Tickets are $40 and are on sale at Canadian Mental Health Association Saint John Branch office (15th floor City Hall) , our website at www.sj.cmha.ca and Manchester Shoe Salon in Market Square.  

 

For more information, please call 633-1705.

 

Canadian Mental Health Association Saint John Branch is a United Way Agency.

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