2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Festival in the Park
This year's Event
The Kids Zone is an area dedicated for Kids to have a blast. Your Child(ren) will be able to have fun during the festival with the purchase of a Wrist Band. Anyone can enter the kid's zone, but only those wearing a wristband can participate in the activities requiring a wristband. * There is NO babysitting provided, so an Adult must be near to watch their kiddos. *No Refunds on On-Line Purchases.
Pre-Sale Kids Zone Wristband- $4.00
Day of Kids Zone Wristband- $5.00
Please Note: SOCKS are required on the jumpers. If you forget socks and need an extra pair, we will have some on hand at $1 a pair.
A Wrist Band is required for ANYONE entering the Inflatables and playing any of the carnival games that require a Wrist Band. Parents if you would like to jump with your children, you will be required to have a Wrist Band.
Are you creative and want to express your feeling by decorating a Bra for a Great Cause. Click Here to Read more information on how you can join in on the fun of this competition. Entry Fee is $10.
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Welcome back to our 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Festival in the Park. This year, we are continuing to fight for more recognition so that our communities can be aware of all types of breast cancers, especially the more aggressive ones, like Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) and Triple Negative (IBC). Breast cancer touches lives every day. It not only affects the lives of those diagnosed but the lives of friends and family members as well. The Breast Cancer Awareness Festival in The Park is a free event designed to educate and support those dealing with Inflammatory Breast Cancer, Triple Negative (IBC), Invasive Ductal, Locally Advance and all other breast cancers and it is presented by Fighting 4 the Tatas Inflammatory Breast Cancer Incorporated a non-profit 501(c)(3) California Corporation.
We are still fighting for a State Proclamation In-Perpetuity recognizing Oct 3rd as a State Holiday Observance. In 2018 we had Senate Resolution SCR-97 authored by Senator Connie Leyva and this year, 2019 our Assemble member Eloise Gomez Reyes of district 47 is the author of Resolution (ACR) 94 Inflammatory Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Fighting 4 the Tatas Breast Cancer wants to honor, remember and celebrate those who have been impacted by breast cancer. At this event, we will offer information to help those diagnosed cope with treatments and support those battling the disease and their families.
One of the highlights that was a great success last year was, "The Ribbon Wall of Love," where anyone could come, sign their name or message on our fighting lady ribbon, pin that ribbon to our wall of love and recognize those who have lost their lives to breast cancer and those who are currently in the fight. "The ribbon wall of love," is a wonderful way for loved ones to honor those who mean the world to them and/or encourage those who are currently fighting this horrible disease.
THE BREAST CANCER AWARENESS FESTIVAL IN THE PARK , from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Rialto City Park, 130 N. San Bernardino Avenue in Rialto, CA. Saturday, October 5, 2019. This event is so inspiring for the women, men, and families in our community who have been affected by inflammatory breast cancer and all other breast cancers. So come and have some fun!
SAVE THE DATE
This is a FREE event, however, the Kids Zone, Vendor Shopping, Food, and Drinks is a separate Fee. We encourage you to spend the day with us so please bring your Folding Chairs and Picnic Blankets to really get the most out of the day. Live entertainment will take place on the Stage. * No Pop-Up Tents allowed in Main Grass area, near the Stage. * Please See our Event FAQ for more information.
About Our Event
Make sure to stop by and check out the great Silent Auction Items this year. By participating in the Silent Auction Fundraiser you are helping Fighting 4 the Tatas raise funds to go towards continuing to raise awareness about the breast cancer with NO LUMP that tends to strike younger women, is aggressive and difficult to treat. Inflammatory Breast Cancer is treated differently than other breast cancers. Aid us in continuing our mission of awareness and research for a definitive diagnosis and an ICD Code for IBC.
If you would like to participate by donating an item, please give us a call at (909) 755-5350. All donations are tax-deductible.
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