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On Thursday, June 2, the Evergreen Brickworks was transformed into a Nashville-themed adult
playground, filled with boots, cowboy hats, rhinestones, and the city’s finest.
The occasion was the 20 th annual Holt Renfrew presents Scrubs in the City: Nashville in collaboration
with Mantella corporation.

Dazzling lights and sparkles decorated every space in The Carlu, as evening gowns, party crowns, food, seafood and dessert stations, casino games, and performances filled the fifth annual Glitter charity gala. On Saturday, April 14th, over 400 Chinese-Canadians attended this whimsical event in support of SickKids Hospital.

100 percent of the funds raised went into the redevelopment of operating suites at SickKids (Hospital for Sick Children).

What can we say… the event reflected real effort. Honorable cause.

Trending right now on my Twitter and Facebook feeds, I’m excited to tell you about SickKids has a new commercial.

It’s a new perspective that stands out from the tear jerking types of videos we’re naturally expected to see. These kids are sick, not weak. And that message is resonating with the public and friends and families of those going through so many similar experiences.

Check it out and let us know what do you think of it!

The 2016 edition of the annual Scrubs in the City charity event took place on June 2nd, 2016 once again at the Evergreen Brick Works.

Peter Holland (Toronto Maple Leafs), Morgan Rielly (Toronto Maple Leafs), Cabbie Richards (TSN)

It’s already here! Join TSN’s Cabbie Richards, Montreal Canadiens’ PK Subban and Toronto Maple Leafs’ Peter Holland for a vibrant, energetic charity party with DJs including Aion Clarke, luxury silent auction and raffles, dessert tables, and an all-night open bar. It’s all in support of SickKids and Montreal Children’s Hospital.

Tickets are available for sale at $125 each and we’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky winner!

Almost everyone was eagerly seated and ready as I arrived to Holt Renfrew’s shoe department, starting off with a cocktail reception at the second annual Fashion Heals in support of SickKids where this year’s sponsorships and donations benefited the Innovation Grant for Paediatric Cancer Research & Care at SickKids Foundation.

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