Past Events

Past Events

Red Tulip Gala 2024

Thank You for Making This Year’s Gala Another Great Success! We are thrilled to announce that the Red Tulip Gala 2024 marked our third consecutive sellout year! Thanks to our incredible community, we raised significant funds that will allow the National Parkinson’s Institute (NPI) to continue offering all of our programs completely free of charge. May 18th, 2024  |  5:00-11:00 PM At the Muhammad Ali Center

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Trivia Night at Flanagan’s

Tease your brain and support a great cause! Join National Parkinson’s Institute at Flanagan’s Alehouse on Saturday, March 2nd for a night of Trivia. Doors open at 2:00 PM and Trivia starts at 6:00 PM.  With your $25 admission and donation you will received $1 off all beer and mixed drinks, plus one free raffle ticket. Note: Teams of 6: Register at the Door! Questions? Call or text: Kim Rash (502)773-7994

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Walk to End Parkinson’s

Join us for a meaningful journey at our Parkinson’s Moving Forward Together Walk! Lace up your sneakers and step forward to make strides in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. Together, we’ll walk towards a future of hope, support, and awareness.

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Christmas Cookie Exchange

December 9th
Noon–2:00 pm

Join us for a holiday party at the
ProFormance Health and Wellbeing
2041 River Road Louisville, KY 40206

Wear your favorite Christmas sweater (ugly or not!) & bring a dozen or two of your favorite holiday cookies.

Caregivers, Family, & Friends are all Welcome!

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2023 Fall Fest

Eat Drink and Play for National Parkinsons Institute.

Saturday, October 21st

Joe’s Older than Dirt
8131 New Lagrange Road
Louisville KY, 40222

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Are You or a Loved One Living with Parkinson’s Disease?

Join us Every Wednesday in September at 10:30 am. Experience the benefits of Rock Steady Boxing! Where? Christy’s Garden at Paristown720 Brent StreetLouisville, Ky 40204 What is Rock Steady Boxing? Rock Steady Boxing is a non-contact boxing program requiring no formal boxing experience, offering individuals a literal way to fight back against their symptoms of Parkinson’s while helping to ease rigidity of movement, improve strength, coordination, balance, mental focus and confidence.

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