Peggy @ 99-1 proudly supports the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation’s Cruisin’ Down the Crescent on Sunday June 10th.
For more than 20 years, hundreds of community members have come together to walk, run, or bike down Wellington Crescent in support of the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation.
RBC Cruisin’ Down the Crescent is full of fun activities for the entire family. There will be a silent auction, BBQ lunch, face painting, RBC’s ‘Kiddie Zone’ and more!
The start location is now located in Andrew Currie Park at 1420 Wellington Crescent (between Lanark Street and Renfrew Street). Participants will take off from the park heading east to Guelph Street and back – about four kilometres total. Those looking for a challenge are encouraged to do the route twice.
Registration – 8 AM
Pick up your event t-shirt and BBQ wristband at the registration tent located in Andrew Currie Park. This is also your opportunity to drop off any pledges you have collected.
Opening Ceremony – 9 AM
RBC Cruisin’ Down the Crescent will kick off with a high-energy Zumba lesson, as well as remarks from special guests, before our Parade Marshall, Bernard cuts the ribbon and leads the way down Wellington Crescent!
Parking is available along residential side streets off of Wellington Crescent and on Academy Road.
About the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation
The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation is a Manitoba charity dedicated to helping children and youth with disabilities live as independently as possible.
The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation is the fundraising arm for the Rehabilitation Centre for Children (RCC) and SSCY Centre—an outpatient facility providing services and outreach therapy for children and youth with a range of physical and developmental challenges.
The Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation receives no government funding. It is through the generous support of our community members we are able to re-invest funds into the Rehabilitation Centre for Children and provide life-changing programs and equipment for children and youth with disabilities. For a detailed list of what we fund, please visit Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation’s website.