From October 14, 2017 08:30 until October 14, 2017 11:30
At Lindisfarne Rowing Club
Posted by Vanessa Scott
Are you a breast cancer survivor looking for a new adventure and an opportunity to discover your full potential? Then join fellow survivors, at Dragons Abreast Hobart's 'Come and Try Day' on 14 October.
It's a guarantee you’ll have fun and meet new friends as you rediscover the possibilities of your life. If you’re feeling down, you will be lifted up because at Dragons Abreast Hobart it’s about more than dragon boating. They’re a floating support group, a symbol of hope, and a vivid demonstration that you can have a full and active life after breast cancer.
All breast cancer survivors who want have a go at paddling are welcome. There is no age restriction and you do not need to have any previous experience with dragon boating or any other sport.
A yummy morning tea will follow the paddling.
WHERE: LINDISFARNE ROWING CLUB
WHEN: SATURDAY 14th OCTOBER, 2017
TIME: 8.30am (followed by morning tea in the park)
RSVP: Leonie Silk – 0499 834 023
Dragons Abreast Australia is sponsored by Specialised Therapeutics Australia, an international biopharmaceutical company with strategic focus and expertise in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
With the highest professional and ethical standards, Specialised Therapeutics Australia commercialise therapies and technologies that uniquely fulfil the unmet medical needs of the community.
Quality and affordable sporting apparel. Provider of our DAA jackets, with a percentage of proceeds being donated to Dragons Abreast.
Platinum Sponsor of the 2017 Dragons Abreast Festival, Cancer Institute NSW, is dedicated to reducing the impact of cancer and improving outcomes for people with cancer across the state of New South Wales by:
Promoting the prevention of cancer
Improving early detection and participation in cancer screening
Improving the diagnosis and treatment of cancer
Building capacity in cancer research
Using the latest data and information to drive positive change across the health system.