1926 Skate For Alzheimer’s

Toronto is hosting 1926 National Skate Day for Alzheimers December 15th.

The 1926 Skate for Alzheimer’s is an annual charity event created by Steve McNeil in support of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. Steve will skate for 19 hours and 26 minutes on December 15th to honour his mother, who was born December 15th, 1926 and lived with Alzheimer’s. Make your way to Nathan Phillips Square to skate and cheer Steve on for the 8th annual 1926 Skate for Alzheimer’s!

Canadians can go to https://www.1926skate.com/ to donate to their local Alzheimers society across Canada 🇨🇦.

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National Skate Day will be held in 9 other cities in Ontario including:

Kingston

Bracebridge

Windsor

Hamilton

Niagara

Petawawa

Orillia

Peterborough