melanomore awareness@ MADDIE's OPEN GARDEN - 80 Penbroke Road Mooroolbark (Edna Walling Designed garden) with Maddie's flair. The garden is nestled beneath towering pines and pin oaks, this fascinating garden of Whimsy and Imagination.
Follow the labyrinth of pathways to discover umpteen outdoor rooms each with a different colour and theme, created from “found” and recycled objects.
Through the innovative use of “junk” we’ve fashioned artworks, fencing, platforms, walls, seating, raised beds and so much more………..Visitors will also be delighted with our fabulous “garden themed” SALE of goodies, contributed by many local artists and gardeners….sorry..CASH only
Proceeds to Mary McKillop East Timor Mission. Bring your friends
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This event, is now in it's 7th year supporting all those affected by melanoma and skin cancer. Also for family and friends to remember loved ones and a voice for this insidious disease that takes over 1200 lives in Australia each year.
8.30 to 9.30am - Registration
9.30am - 4km Walk begins
10.30am - Rememberance and guest speakers with 1800 baloons taking to the sky.
11.00 to 1.30pm - Free melanomore concert
The MARCH for MELANOMA campaign started in Melbourne, Victoria by the Emily Tapp Melanoma Foundation in 2007 in honour of lost loved ones. The event was established to help raise awareness about melanoma and skin cancer in addition to providing support for survivors.
In 2007 and 2008, the Foundation had the support of the Western Bulldogs Football Club (AFL) and in 2008 and 2009 also gained the support of Julia Morris (Actor & Comedian) for the event. The 2010 MARCH for MELANOMA was dedicated to women impacted by melanoma. In 2011 the march focused on men and melanoma. In 2012 the 6th annual MARCH for MELANOMA relocated to its new home at the Cantani Gardens, St Kilda, where an enthusiastic crowd enjoyed a 4km walk and 8km run in perfect conditions.
The 2013 event March Against Melanoma™ promises to continue on the success of this event. Located in St Kilda Melbourne, the march will consist of a 4km walk along the beach front esplanade. Upon completion of the march a remembrance service will be held followed by industry guest speakers and a FREE melanomore concert featuring local acts and entertainment for all including food and refreshments to enjoy!
Promoting melanoma and Skin Cancer awareness, prevention and early detection at the inaugural GIRLS ONLY FESTIVAL at the Royal Exhibition Buildings Carlton.
Inaugural MARCH for MELANOMA AWARENESS – 4th March 2007
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