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Sat, May 04



Patio Party for Oliver

Our patio opening will be a fundraiser for the Hough Family, who have recently had their son Oliver diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Enjoy $5 pints ALL DAY, $35 Burger and Pint ($10 goes to Oliver), Prime Rib after 5pm, and a chance to win a bowling party for any donation made.

Patio Party for Oliver
Patio Party for Oliver

Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Kelowna, 948 McCurdy Rd #124, Kelowna, BC V1X 2P7, Canada

About the event

We wanted to launch our patio opening by supporting a local family in need, so come enjoy some cheap drinks, great specials, and help us donate!

Event Details:

- Patio will be open 11am to dark/cold

- $5 Beers ALL DAY

- $35 Burger and Pint special ($10 goes to Oliver)

- Prime Rib available after 5pm

- Accepting donations all day!! Make a donation and you are entered into a draw for a bowling party for 12 people (value $220)

Please call ahead to make your reservation!! In the event of bad weather, we are going to move the party inside so be sure to stop on by rain or shine. 

Information from the Hough Family GoFundMe page

On Sunday March 10th Oliver was urgently air lifted from Kelowna to BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver. His official diagnosis is B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Oliver is to remain at BCCH for the first month of his intensive chemotherapy treatment for 24/7 supervision and care. Oliver's underlying Down Syndrome diagnosis puts him at high risk for other complications. Currently his kidneys aren't functioning well, his oxygen levels are desaturated, he's had excess fluid in his lungs, and is also fighting a bacterial infection in his blood, and Tumor Lysis Syndrome.

Once Oliver can safely be released from BCCH, he will stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver for the duration of his 8 month (ish) treatment. Total length of time estimated for Oliver's treatment is 2.5 years.

Oliver is an incredible young man. Like all 15 year old's, he enjoys socializing and spending time with his friends. Oliver is part of the Special Olympics Kelowna softball team and he and his family have been active with Motion Ball Kelowna for the past 10 years. Their fundraising efforts and community inclusion/spirit are commendable.

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