Celebrity Bartending - October 11, 2018
Come out and support The Epilepsy Project by filling the tip bucket for your favorite bartender. Each bartender will be competing to win bragging rights of beating all other bartenders in “fun”draising, with a trophy to prove his or her dominance. I am sure there will be stiff competition and ballot stuffing is not only permitted, but encouraged. There will be a 50/50, gift basket auction and a whole lot of fun as our bartenders battle it out. Make sure to invite your friends for a good time supporting a great cause. All funds stay local to help families in the surrounding area.
There is no cover charge.
This event is sure to be the Bees' Knees and tickets and information regarding our 2018 "Speakeasy" themed Gala in November will be available.
We are currently gathering and scheduling our bartenders and will be posting the schedule soon.
Sponsorship is available and come with reserved seating at the bar and some delicious nibbles. If you are interested in a sponsorship, please message us and we will get right back to you.
Come support families living with the every day struggles of Epilepsy. It is bound to be the Bees’ Knees and the best event around.
The Epilepsy Project is proud to celebrate our 5th annual Noble Night by having a roaring good time. An evening to spread awareness, eat, drink, dance and to support a noble cause in your community. So put those flapper dresses on and dust off the zoot suits on November 17th, from 6-10 at the Concourse of Union Station.
The proceeds from the Noble Night fund educational events and community engagement initiatives and help spread the crucial message of seizure safety.
Polar Express Christmas Party
Thank you to all of our attendees and volunteers for making our events such a such a success!
Completed Events- 2017/2018 - Thank you for all of your support
- Purse Bingo
- Polar Express Christmas Party
- The Noble Night
- Educational Symposium
- Sensory Friendly Community Movie Matinee
- Erie Otters Night
Focusing on engaging the community and breaking stigmas surrounding seizure disorders, The Epilepsy Project hosts two annual events:
The Epilepsy Project takes great pride in supporting the network which has been created, and we do so by holding the following events:
- Night at the Ballpark
- Erie Otters Game