Lyme Awareness Day in Brampton will be held on May 10, 2014 in Chinguacousy Park. MAP
Walk-on registrations will be accepted in the morning at the park, from 10:00 am.
Want to take part virtually, no matter where you are in the world or across Canada? That is quite possible! Register yourself from the links on this page, and send your picture on the day of the Walk, wearing a green T-shirt or other paraphernalia to show unity with those who come out to walk.
For 2014, we hope to connect LymeAwareness events across Canada to this page. The backbone is in place and if you are arranging an event, it can be linked to this page. Join us! Information, FAQ, and Registrations can be done from here, using the tabs above.
May 2013: The event actually started on May 17, in Niagara Falls, where green lights illuminated these world-famous falls for Lyme Disease Awareness. People around the world were watching on webcams, sending pictures and screen grabs, and taking part in a world-wide movement to bring awareness about this devastating disease.
More informal information is regularly posted on a blog, if you want to follow along.
LIST OF MUNICIPALITIES THAT PROCLAIMED MAY 2013 AS LYME AWARENESS MONTH:
- Town of Caledon, Ontario
- City of Brampton, Ontario
- Town of Whitby, Ontario
- Niagara Falls
- Town of Orangeville
- City of Hamilton will formally acknowledge Lyme Disease Awareness Month
- City of Vaughan
- City of Markham
- City of Kingston
- Did your town say YES? Let us know by sending Email
Awaiting replies from these Municipalities:
- Would you like to add our town? Let us know by sending Email
To make separate online donations to a Lyme Charity from anywhere in the world, or to ask your friends to donate, go to the link below and choose one or more of the three Lyme charities listed:
WORLDWIDE AWARENESS IN MAY 2013
Link for Facebook page with announcements about Canada’s Lyme Awareness in May is HERE and includes the logo below:
More than 30 countries had signed on to take part in May 2013, to raise awareness as widely as possible. Events varied according to what people could arrange to do.