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Upcoming Events
Saturday, January 21, 2017
The Princess Ball Essex-Kent

The Ball will host many princesses and princes from all of our favourite stories, and will include a royal entrance, lunch, dancing to a DJ, meet and greets, autographs, singing and dancing entertainment, our Fairy Godmother to visit, face/hair/nail/massage/tattoo centres, many princess craft centres, colouring stations, balloons, raffles, silent auction, photography sessions, and so much more!

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Sunday, January 22, 2017
The Princess Ball Hamilton

Cystic Fibrosis Canada - Hamilton Chapter is holding its first annual Princess Ball on Sunday, January 22 at Michelangelo Events & Conference Centre. The Princess Ball in Support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada will be opening its royal gates to a day of dress up and fun for children ages 3 to 12 at this event in Hamilton. This magical event is dedicated to raising awareness and funds in support of Canadians living with cystic fibrosis(CF). It will feature an elegant mix of royal characters similar to those from popular children’s stories, bringing the magic of fairy tales to delighted boys and girls. Guests at this enchanting event will be treated to a royal entrance, child friendly lunch buffet, music, entertainment, dancing, balloons, different pampering stations, arts and crafts booths and other surprises throughout the day.

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Almost 60 percent of all Canadians with cystic fibrosis are adults. Of the Canadians with cystic fibrosis who died in 2013, half were under 35 years of age. On average, a person with cystic fibrosis spends the equivalent of four months of full-time work doing life-sustaining treatments every year.
CF Champions
Patrick Kellar
Age 27, Peterborough, Ontario

Patrick is an inspiring, motivated individual that doesn’t let cystic fibrosis (CF) stand in his way of being successful. Diagnosed with CF at birth, Patrick has only looked at the positive side of things, often telling others that “It could be worse!”

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