Event Details

November 10th, 2018
Cocktail 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Entertainment 8:00pm – 1:00am
2 de le Commune St. W
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What to Expect:

Host Mirella Di Blasio founder of Lulu Events will emcee this year’s impact gala. Festivities will kick off with an oyster bar and cocktail dînatoire, featuring Oyster King Daniel Notkin. There will also be a plenty of exciting and unexpected surprises this year as we kick it up a notch to give you an unforgettable experience. Amazing how a disease of the brain can be so close to your heart.

Come out for a great time, invest in making a real impact in your community, and watch our own Mark ‘Second Thought’ Broady take the stage for a highly anticipated duet with the uber-talented Andria Piperni. Special guest, former Boston Bruin Kraig Nienhuis will also be on hand to rock the house! Nienhuis, the guy behind all our incredible Live Auction jerseys, only started playing competitive hockey at age 18 and went from house-league hockey to the NHL in a span of five years. After retiring from professional hockey in 1999, he became a rock star and has opened for the likes of The Tragically Hip, ZZ Top, David Lee Roth and the Beach Boys. He has performed at 3 Winter Classic games, and in front of a world record audience of 115,000 when the Michigan Wolverines took on the Michigan State Spartans at The Big Chill at The Big House in 2010.

Tickets are $150, and include open bar, cocktail dînatoire with a wide variety of food stations. 100% of proceeds are donated directly to the Alzheimer Society of Montreal.

The Venue:

The Belvedere is located at the Science Center. It provides a spectacular panoramic view of Old Montreal, the Old Port, the St. Lawrence River and the Parc des îles.

Last Year’s Success:


The 6th Annual “A Night to Remember” gala attracted over 250 guests and donated $53,000 to the Alzheimer Society of Montreal, while raising much-needed awareness through local media.



Some great photos from previous events:

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