The 6th annual Wine & Dash has been postponed to the fall! Stay tuned for when we announce the new date!

Presented by Scotiabank, Wine & Dash welcomes all abilities and fitness levels. Participants can choose to run or walk a 5k or 10k route through the beautiful Gaspereau Valley while sampling some of our provinces’ finest wines. If you are not interested in the “dash” part, take the guided tour provided by the Magic Winery Bus and you will travel as a group to each of the four wineries on the route. All proceeds support Brigadoon Village.

THE 2021 BIG SWIM WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE BRAS D’OR LAKE IN BADDECK, NS.

Mark August 8, 2021 on your calendars! There will be two loop options – 8kms & 12kms. Swimmers will start and finish on the beach of The Inverary Resort.

Registration will open February 1, 2021 at noon AST for swimmers who originally registered for the 2020 swim. For all other interested participants registration will be on February 15, 2021 at noon AST. Registration will close when we reach 50 swimmers and a wait-list will be started.

The 2020 Bluenose Marathon has moved – Join us on November 6-8th for the Charity Challenge!

Make every step count for your community! Brigadoon is proud to be a part of the Scotiabank Charity Challenge once again.

Runners and walkers of all ages can sign-up to raise funds for Brigadoon Village and help give extraordinary kids a chance to be ordinary!

The Charity Challenge is not a specific race – you can register for the 5KM, 10KM, 15KM Half Marathon, Full Marathon, Marathon Team Relay, or Youth Run at this year’s Blue Nose Marathon and at the same time raise funds for Brigadoon.

Scotiabank covers all the fees associated with online fundraising, so 100% of the funds you raise will go directly to us.

Want to organize your own event?

There are so many ways that you can help fundraise for Brigadoon. Whether it’s a bake sale, an event at your home, a raffle – our donors really know how to get creative! We’re more than happy to help you come up with fun and unique ways to give extraordinary kids a chance to be ordinary.