Ftd Warriors Walk For Memories With The Alzheimer's Society Of Toronto

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We will be walking in the Alzheimer's Society of Toronto's Annual Walk for Memories, in honour of our beloved Dad, Stephen Bradley, who we lost two years prior, on January 30, 2014, to frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and in memory of all our loved ones lost to dementia.

We hope you can join our team, the FTD Warriors, during the walk on January 30, 2016, to help raise awareness of FTD and to honour our loved ones. If you cannot make the walk, but would like to support the cause, check out our Team page: http://on.alz.to/goto/forSteveforFTD

Please let us know by January 22 if you are able to make it. We will be having lunch at Nikki's house afterwards (details to come by private message).

LOCATION: Allen Lambert Galleria in Brookfield Place, 181 Bay Street, Toronto

The Walk for Memories is a 2.2km indoor walk through the underground PATH system of downtown Toronto that begins and ends in Brookfield place. There will be lots of music, great entertainment and will bring together 1,500 individuals who have been touched by dementia.

WALK DAY AGENDA:
8:30 a.m. Registration opens
9:00 a.m. Main stage Entertainment
10:00 a.m. Welcome and warm-up
10:30 a.m. Walk starts
11:30 a.m. Prizes & closing ceremony

HOW DO I GET TO THE WALK?
Via TTC or GO Transit (5-10 minute walk from Union Station): Take transit to Union Station, follow the Brookfield Place tunnel and signs to Bay Wellington Tower.

Parking Information:
1. Green P Parking lot: $2.50 per 30 minutes; $11 day maximum - 7am-6pm (5-10 minute walk to Brookfield Place, near St Lawrence market): http://parking.greenp.com/parking-info/carpark-info/43_2-church-street-st-lawrence-garage.html

2. Parking in Brookfield Place (approx. $20 per day):
Entrance to underground parking on Front or Wellington Street, between Yonge and Bay http://www.brookfieldplacenewsandevents.com/building-bookings/private-bookings/visitor-information/
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