Rock for Dimes London 2012

 

 

Six Annual Rock for Dimes
On Thursday, March 29th, six of London’s best amateur bands will take to the stage at Smoke-n-Bones to raise an estimated $10,000 for children and adults with physical disabilities at Rock for Dimes London.

Short Fiction, Ugly Step Sisters, Oui B Jamon, Second Pass, The Collins Barrow Hard at Tax and Duty Calls will compete for bragging rights as London’s best corporate band, at the same time showcasing their talents to guest judges. Retired Chief of Police Murray Faulkner, Scene publisher Bret Downe and CTV 2’s Nick Paparella have been tapped as judges, while FM 96 Host Andrea Dunn will be pulling double duty as the evening’s host and a judge.

All proceeds benefit March of Dimes Canada’s programs for children and adults with disabilities.

“We couldn’t be more excited about once again staging Rock for Dimes in London,” says Mary Lynne Stewart, Director of Fund Development and Communications for March of Dimes Canada.  “We have a great deal of programming in London, and this event has always been so well-supported by the community, allowing us to grow it every year.”

Rock for Dimes London is sponsored by Allsource Depot Home Health Supplies, London Police, AMG Medical, CTV, Collins Barrow, London Prosthetics, FMC Law, Bluestone Properties, Long & McQuade and Smoke-n-Bones.

Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 29th located at 855 Wellington Road.  The event is open to the public. Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased at www.rockfordimes.ca/london or are available at the door.  For more information or to order please call 416-425-3463 ext. 7380.


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