CHHA Vancouver Walk2Hear 2018

par Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Vancouver Branch

  • mercredi, 06 juin 2018 de 12:00 Après-midi à mercredi, 31 octobre 2018 12:00 Matin (HAP)
  • Jericho Beach Park, East End (between 2nd Ave. & Wallace St.) , Vancouver, BC V6K 1X9

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CHHA Vancouver will be holding its 8th annual Walk2Hear on Sunday, September 23, 2018.

Location: Jericho Beach Park, East End (between 2nd Ave. & Wallace St.)

Registration: Between 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm. The Walk begins at 1:30 pm.

Route: The 2km and 5km routes will follow the beach to the west of the registration site.


Closing Program

At the close of the walk, there will be a draw of present registered walkers for the grand prize from the Air Canada Foundation for two Economy Class return tickets for travel to any Air Canada scheduled destination in North America (including Hawaii, Mexico, the Caribbean and select sun destinations). Travel must be completed one year from the date of the event and blackout periods apply. The approximate commercial value of the pair of tickets is $2,800.

The draw will take place at approximately 2:00 pm at Jericho Beach Park. Walk prizes will be awarded for top participating individuals and teams, based on web results as of 8am September 24th, 2017.

Weather Conditions: Walk2Hear 2017 will take place rain or shine. Please check the weather forecast and dress appropriately.

For more information please contact CHHA-Vancouver at

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Jericho Beach Park, East End (between 2nd Ave. & Wallace St.)
Vancouver, BC V6K 1X9

6 juin 2018
mercredi, 6 juin 2018 12:00 Après-midi (HAP)


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Canadian Hard of Hearing Association Vancouver Branch
2125 W 7th Avenue
Vancouver , BC
V6K 1X9

À propos de cet organisme

CHHA Vancouver Branch is a consumer-based, non-profit, self-help organization working with hard of hearing consumers and their support networks to decrease isolation and remove barriers to hearing loss by providing: supportive environments, education, resources, referrals, and advocacy. CHHA works cooperatively with professionals, service providers and government bodies, and provides information about hard of hearing issues and solutions.