What are our upcoming events?
We organize a variety of events throughout the year with a primary focus on serving the needs of those with arthritis.
ARThritis Soirée 2017
Why ARThritis Soirée?
The ARThritis Soirée is an evening designed to attract the city’s most prominent business and community leaders, philanthropists, doctors, scientists, healthcare professionals, and donors through an appreciation of art and a desire to support arthritis research.
Research has shown art adds to one’s well-being and therefore is a great element in managing chronic diseases on a holistic level. Moreover, art adds an extra factor of excitement and depth to the Soirée each year with the introduction of a different art form. Arthritis Research Canada is thrilled to announce the amazing world-renowned violinist Jenny Bae, accompanied by members of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, as the evening’s entertainment.
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Jenny Bae’s dazzling performances have wowed international crowds for over a decade, performing solo and with artists such as Luciano Pavarotti, Eric Clapton, Elton John and Andrea Bocelli. The Julliard trained Bae has captivated audiences which have most notably included the British Royal Family, Crown Princess of Saudi Arabia, George Clooney and Mikhail Gorbachev.
What: Reaching Out with Arthritis Research (ROAR) 2017: Managing Arthritis and You
When: Saturday, October 21st, 2017 9:30am – 12:30pm PST
Where: Vancouver Public Library Central Branch, Alice MacKay Room, 350 West Georgia Street or online by webcast
Who: Presented by the Arthritis Patient Advisory Board of Arthritis Research Canada, the event will feature six speakers and topics:
- Paul Fortin: Managing Lupus and You – Navigate Your Journey With “My Lupus Guide”
- Cheryl Koehn: What’s a Brain Like You Doing in a Joint Like This?
- Linda Li: Fitbit/FitViz update – Stepping Out or Stepping Aside: Activity Trackers and Arthritis
- Diane Lacaille: Good News About Lifespan for People With Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Clayon Hamilton: Patient Partners Step up to the Research Plate
- Kelly English: Wearing Many Hats…A Patient’s Experience
For more information and to register, please visit http://www.arthritisresearch.ca/roar or call 1-844-207-0400.