Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation's annual fundraising walk to help more Australians beat blood cancer by improving survival rates and quality of life
Information about this event:
Join the Bridgetown community for an inspiring Light the Night walk.
Bring your family and friends along and join in the Light the Night walk before enjoying a sausage sizzle and games for the kids!
Games for the kids!
Sausage Sizzle, playground
Public Transport & Parking:
Plenty of off-street parking
Schedule of Events:
7:00pm ~ Event begins and lantern collection opens
7:30pm ~ Light the Night walk commences
8:00pm ~ Sausage sizzle
9:00pm ~ Official close
Whilst we all love our pets, Light the Night is a pet free event.
Location ~ Bridgetown Memorial Park
Date ~ 23rd September 2016
Come and join in on this fantastic night!
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