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Hope Starts Here

The BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre Hope Starts Here Campaign runs from May 2 to May 6. Join in and support BC Women’s!
 
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​Bring your friends and family for this fun celebration!

Block Party for Babies will be the wrap-up event for the week-long "Hope Starts Here' week. From 2nd to May 6th, CTV Vancouver will feature stories on the amazing work that happens on a daily basis at BC Women's Hospital.

CTV Week 2016 Events Program

Monday May 2, 2016 – Come and join us for free coffee and muffins sponsored by Waves and watch a live CTV Broadcast with CTV Weathercaster, Marke Driesschen, from the BC Women's Hospital parking lot at Entrance 93.

Tuesday May 3, 2016 – On Tuesday May 3, 2016 NICU families and grads are invited to attend the third annual Sweet Pea Tea at the BC Women's Hospital Shaugnessy Auditorium from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. CTV will be on location to interview select guests.

Face painting and photo booth activities for kids are provided by the Vancouver Public library. Light refreshments will be served including tea from David's Tea. And special guest stars Bobs and Lolos will perform a lively show.

Friday, May 6, 2016 – Join us for the Block Party For Babies wrap up of CTV Vancouver's "Hope Starts Here" week at Rocky Point Park in Port Moody from 4pm – 7pm. Everyone is invited to this FREE family-friendly event hosted by CTV Weathercaster, Marke Driesschen. Come and enjoy face painting and bouncy castle activities, food courtesy of Panago Pizza and a live performance by Dr. Strangelove. Plus, CTV's Tamara Taggart will be broadcasting CTV News at Five and CTV News at Six live on location! Bring your friends and family!

Supporters can find more details at BC.CTVNews.ca. Connect with us at #HopeStartsHere and follow us: @BCWomensFdn @CTVVancouver

 
 
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