Elevate – An Evening with Margaret Trudeau
May 24, 2018 @ 4:30 am - 9:00 pm
We believe in creating a platform where discussions can safely take place, without stigmas, without common misconceptions, and with the ideology that we are all in this together. In order to demonstrate acceptance on a massive scale that mental health is a medical condition that requires the same recognition as any other medical diagnosis, we have created an event called “Elevate – an Inspired Evening with Margaret Trudeau.”
On Thursday May 24, 2018 we will be welcoming Margaret Trudeau as our keynote speaker at the Spire in Kingston, Ontario along with a panel discussion moderated by Paul Chaput, with Dr. Khan, Shyra Barberstock, Sherry Lachine, and Christina Prevett. We will also host impact statements by Debra Savoy, Christina Lord, Olivia Rowe, Erika Campbell, Tamara Bolger, Zach Hofer and more!
Fabulous entertainment by Debbie Fredericks and youth singers as well as Sam and Emma McNichols. The VIP reception will be catered by Farmgirl following the main event.
Margaret Trudeau is a recognized Canadian author, actress, photographer, former television talk show hostess, and social advocate for people with bipolar disorder, which she herself is afflicted with. Trudeau is the author of Changing My Mind, a book about her personal experience having bipolar disorder, published byHarperCollins Canada in 2010.
Happening at The Spire, 82 Sydenham Street, Kingston ON
$40 – Student
$55 – Admit one
$97 – VIP Admission (includes premium seating, book signing by Margaret Trudeau and private reception)
All tickets are subject to a per ticket handling fee.
A percentage of the proceeds from this event will support local community Mental Health Organizations as well as the Spire and the associated charities.
Organized by Jen Fitzpatrick and Christine Lord.