On Saturday, May 11 from 9 am to noon, Rural FASD Support Network, along with the LLG District Health Unit and Montague Public School are hosting the first annual Red Shoes Run Family Day at 1200 Rosedale Rd S. 

This free event – with Wayne Cavanagh emceeing – will include live fiddle music, a bike and helmet inspection by the OPP, a Montague Township fire truck, a petting zoo, a craft table with Mother’s Day items, sack and egg races, Rocks and Rings curling, greetings from MPPs Steve Clark and John Jordan as well as Warden Nancy Peckford, and information booths on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. 

The highlight is a charity run, led by international FASD advocate RJ Formanek of the Red Shoes Movement with a fantastic loot bag. Immediately following that, people can also go to the Rosedale Hall where a vendors/artisan fair with a vintage car gathering will be taking place. 

To register and support people living with FASD, please go to https://ruralfasd.ca/red-shoes-run-family-day/. All artisans and vendors are also invited to reserve a free table by emailing info@ruralfasd.ca.



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