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Join us for a FUN afternoon of bowling and dance music at Laurentian Lanes, followed by dinner at Barbies Restaurant in Dorval. Bring your friends or make some new ones! Bowling is an activity in which everyone can participate*, and groups of up to 6 people can be accommodated on one lane.
This is not a competitive bowling tournament and you will not be bowling against other participants, but is intended to promote family or group activity while helping the Montreal Children's Hospital.
Each particpant receives 2 games (takes approximately 2 hours), shoe rental and all applicable taxes.
Pre-registration is required in order to assign playing times and lanes. Please arrive at the bowling alley 20 minutes prior to your lane reservation to sign in and pick up your shoes.
The cost of participating is $15 per per person**, but you can win back the registration fee for your whole team by helping us to raise funds for the Hospital. See our web site for details.
Dinner At Barbies Restaurant:
You don't have to bowl to join us for dinner at Barbie's! (Dorval, border of Lachine).
Dinner will be for your own account, but please reserve your ticket(s) so that we are able to make the appropriate number of dinner reservations.
15 boulevard Bouchard, Dorval (514) 631-2233 http://barbiesrestaurant.com
StrikeOut Cancer! Bowling Day
* Not recommended for children under the age of 6 due to the weight of the balls. The lightest weigh 6 lbs.
** Paying via credit card, a $1.43 fee will be added per ticket.
Paying at the door will be $15 cash.
When & Where
The Sian Bradwell Fund For Children With Cancer
*** Helping children through sports ***
The Sian Bradwell Fund For Children With Cancer is a volunteer-based organisation which raises funds for children's hospitals in Canada.
The main objective of the Fund is to purchase medical equipment and other items deemed necessary for better diagnosis and treatment of children with cancer. Upon special request, the Fund may purchase items other than medical equipment for compassionate reasons. Items purchased in the past includes special gel mattresses to ease the pain of children in the terminal stages, and wigs for children who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy.
100% of all donations go to the purchase of medical equipment.