2018 Sarcoma Family Picnic

2016 Sarcoma Family Picnic

If you are a Sarcoma patient, survivor, or have lost a family member to Sarcoma, we invite you and close loved ones to join us for good food and friendship.

Monday, July 23, 2018  4:30 - 6:00 pm
East Picnic Pavilions
Como Park, St. Paul, MN
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Join with others to share common experiences, gain and offer support. Sarcoma medical professionals and researchers from the University of Minnesota, the Mayo Clinic, and Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota will be there to socialize and visit informally.

Registration for the Sarcoma Family Picnic closed on Monday, July 17th, however if you are a sarcoma patient/survivor or family member living with a patient/survivor or immediate family of a deceased patient, please call Connie Dow (844-727-2662 ext 1, or 763-205-1467) to see about any cancellations that may allow you to attend the Picnic. Online Registration for the Party in the Park (without the Picnic) remains open.

 

Party registration cost

During the picnic you will have an opportunity to create a luminary that will be displayed in honor or memory of a sarcoma patient or survivor. The names of the luminary dedications will be read at the closing ceremonies at the Party in the Park. We encourage you to register for the Party in the Park as part of your Picnic registration. Take a look at last year's Party in the Park.

It takes many volunteers to make the Sarcoma Family Picnic and Party in the Park great events. Please consider getting involved with planning, set up, tear down, or spend part of the Party assisting with the Auction, Children's Arcade Games, or the many Party activities. Pick a job (or two) and volunteer below.

Unable to attend? Consider a donation:
If you are unable to attend the Picnic or Party in the Park, but would like to add your financial support to Rein in Sarcoma's mission of Education, Patient Support and Funding Research, please donate.

 

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Enjoy the Dirty Shorts Brass Band

 

 

Picnic: Pinning on Sunflower

Survivors honored with sunflower

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Fun for all ages