Many events happen at the beautiful Evergreen Brick Works but none have pulled it off as well as SickKids “Scrubs in the City” in terms of grand decor, great food, amazing drink selection and overall fun factor. The evening promises to be full of surprises including live musical and dance performances, a dance party with DJ Danny Floh Back, a premier photo wall and an amazing silent auction and raffle you won’t want to miss. So now is your chance to attend by winning a pair of tickets valued at $350. Contest closes on June 3, 2013.
Best of all it’s for a great cause! All proceeds from Scrubs in the City will support the ‘new kid on the block’, The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning, a new world-class tower that will rock the Discovery District at Bay and Elm street and change the game in children’s health. To date the Scrubs in the City events have raised more than $2 million for SickKids.
Scrubs in the City presents BLOCK PARTY
June 6, 2013
Evergreen Brick Works
Click here to go to the contest registration page on Facebook
You can also be a good Samaritan and purchase tickets at $175 each. For more information about the event including ticket purchases, please visit skscrubs.com
Good luck and hope to see you all there!
About Scrubs in the City
In its 12th year, Scrubs in the City draws some of the city’s most influential movers and shakers to a fabulous night out. Scrubs in the City Presents BLOCK PARTY will take place at the Evergreen Brick Works on Thursday, June 6, 2013. The event has raised more than $2 million to date in support of some of the most critical needs at SickKids. This year, neighborhoods will unite in the open air and help support Toronto’s newest member to the community – The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning.
Helping Build a New Icon for the Community
Final stages of construction are underway for the 21-storey, 750,000 square ft., world-class facility scheduled to open September 2013 – and we need your help to make it happen. The tower will bring together over 2,000 SickKids scientists, trainees and child health research staff. The state-of-the-art laboratory and learning facilities will encourage research collaboration among scientific and clinical perspectives to accelerate discoveries and foster new knowledge. The Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning will be an international game changer for child health.
For more photos from last year click here.