Thursday, June 11, 2009

"Rock This Way" for Breast Cancer Research June 22

Hi World Family,
This is an wonderful event for those in the Oakville, Ontario area (like Toronto, Buffalo, Erie, etc.) There was a special announcement today from Rik Emmett. He says:

We have an important notice about a very special event called "Rock This Way." It’s an exclusive opportunity for students, families & friends to see Rik and his band up close in an intimate theatre setting at Sheridan College Theatre in Oakville.

Rik and his band have agreed to perform a special concert for Rock This Way and Breast Cancer Research on Monday, June 22nd 2009 at 7:30pm. Tickets are only $25.

See Rik perform Triumph hits like “Magic Power”, “Hold On” and “Lay It On The Line”…and you will see why he’s often been voted as one of the Top 10 Guitarists in the World.

The show will open with “Everywhere”, a young local band featuring 15 year old singer/songwriter Dylan Munro. Dylan’s song “Pink” (a song written about Breast Cancer survivors) was featured at last year’s CIBC Run For The Cure, and will soon appear on the Princess Margaret Hospital Website. It is the inspiration for this Breast Cancer Benefit, and will be a highlight performance of the evening.

Please join us for an unforgettable evening of music…and help support a great cause!

Call now for tickets at 905-845-3600 or buy online at

Thank you all for your support. We look forward to seeing you on Monday, June 22nd!

Falcon and Dove have done Race for the Cure many times as well as other cancer fundraising activities and support our Brothers and Sisters to the north. We had an aunt(great aunt for Dove) who passed away from breast cancer last September. This is a cause that is especially passionate to our hearts. If you are in the area, and can attend we encourage you to show your support for breast cancer research, and support young emerging talent.

In the next few weeks, Falcon and Dove will be featuring some extraordinary young talent, and we hope you enjoy their offerings as much as we do.
Thank you, Mr. Emmett for the heads up, and for your support of this important endeavour.

Falcon and Dove

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