The Colon Cancer Coalition invites you to join survivors, caregivers, and others connected with the cause as we celebrate Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in Minnesota.
On the evening of March 6, landmarks across the state will be lit blue to help shine the light on colorectal cancer, and our statewide efforts to get more Minnesotans screened for this largely preventable disease. The blue lights shine on the importance of screening and early detection of colorectal cancer.
In addition to the 35W Bridge, the Lowry Avenue Bridge, and Foshay Tower in Minneapolis, and the Enger Tower in Duluth will also be lit blue to recognize Governor Dayton's proclamation of March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in Minnesota.
- 5:30 p.m. Reception with appetizers and cash bar
- 6:10 p.m. Brief presentation from our partners and other special guests
Parking is free in the Mancini's lot.
Want to make an evening of it? We invite you to stay for dinner at Mancini's.