Stand-Up for Headstart

Thursday, May 28, 2020, at 7:00 pm

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Moncton HeadStartStand-up for Headstart is a virtual fundraising event of Moncton Headstart Inc. The event will star PEI comedian Patrick Ledwell and will feature live music from Moncton’s own Steve Maillet. In addition to the laughs and tunes there will also be lots of fundraising activities including: an auction, 50/50, raffle and door prizes.
Tickets for the fundraising activities and auction items will all be on sale in advance of the event, so even if you can’t attend, you can still support the cause.


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Restaurant Partners

Treat yourself and help support local during this special event by ordering take-out from one of our restaurant partners! Black Rabbit and Mexis will be generously donating part of the proceeds from takeaway orders to Moncton Headstart during the event. See full details below.

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BLACK RABBIT

Order a 6-course tasting menu online throughout the week of the event (May 25th to May 30th) and Black Rabbit will donate $10 from each meal to Moncton Headstart.

To get you meal for the night of the event, please order between Monday morning (May 25th) and Thursday at noon (May 28th) @ baroloandco.com/takeaway

  • Wine pairing available with order as well for $59
    (for 2 people). 
  • Questions can be sent to info@baroloandco.com

Order any meal directly through Mexis (by phone or in person) on May 28th and part of the proceeds will go to Moncton Headstart.

Call 506-855-7672
to reserve your order

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Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor
Lancor Concrete Contractor

Event Sponsor

Black & MacDonald

Media Partners

    

 

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Stand-Up for Headstart is a virtual fundraising event of Moncton Headstart Inc.  The event will star PEI comedian Patrick Ledwell and will feature live music from Moncton’s own Steve Maillet. In addition to the laughs and tunes there will also be lots of fundraising activities including: an auction, 50/50, raffle and door prizes. Tickets for the fundraising activities and auction items will all be on sale in advance of the event, so even if you can’t attend, you can still support the cause.

Event organizers have built in some great interactive features to the virtual event space. As guests check in to the event they will be able to network on a chat wall in the event lobby space, showing off what they are wearing to the event or sharing pictures of their event snacks. The event will also be partnering with local restaurants for delicious take-out options. Participating restaurants like Mexi’s and Black Rabbit will be donating a percentage of each order to Headstart (specific ordering details will be emailed to ticket purchasers).

This new virtual fundraising event is to help Moncton Headstart replace fundraising revenue lost from live events cancelled due to Covid-19. This revenue is urgently needed to continue their important work with families and young children at risk in our community.  In the face of what has become our “New Normal” Moncton Headstart continues to support their families, to build hope and to ensure they know they are not alone at such a difficult time. Adapting to our new reality they are working with Raven’s Sun Management (RSM), a local event company, to launch this one of a kind virtual fundraising event to support their programs that must continue operating regardless of the challenges they face.

* This event is intended for adults, but the content will be family friendly.


Entertainers

Patrick Ledwell’s quick-witted comedy has brought him national recognition with many appearances on CBC Radio’s The Debaters, Laugh Out Loud and Madly Off in All Directions and he is also a fan favourite of the HubCap Comedy Festival.

Steve Maillet – has been entertaining crowds at bars, clubs, restaurants, weddings and corporate events both locally and abroad. If you ask Steve what he loves most about playing music his reply is, “The energy that is shared between myself and the people in front of me. The vibe I put out is what I receive back, and that is what it’s all about. Often the crowd is who sets the mood first and you know it’s gonna be a great time”.

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