Events

Oct 28, 2018

Swimming with SMILE Mass – October 28th

Join SMILE Mass for an hour of swimming at Boston Sports Club in Waltham.  The therapy pool has a water temperature of 90 degrees!

Everyone is welcome to join us.

Cost is $15 for an individual ticket or $25 for a family ticket.

Parents/Caregivers do NOT need to pay.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets

Nov 03, 2018

Swimming with SMILE Mass – November 3rd

Join SMILE Mass for an hour of swimming at Boston Sports Club in Waltham.  The therapy pool has a water temperature of 90 degrees!

Everyone is welcome to join us.

Cost is $15 for an individual ticket or $25 for a family ticket.

Parents/Caregivers do NOT need to pay.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets

Nov 10, 2018

Swimming with SMILE Mass – November 10th

Join SMILE Mass for an hour of swimming at Boston Sports Club in Waltham.  The therapy pool has a water temperature of 90 degrees!

Everyone is welcome to join us.

Cost is $15 for an individual ticket or $25 for a family ticket.

Parents/Caregivers do NOT need to pay.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets

Nov 17, 2018

Gobble Wobble for SMILE Mass

Join us for the 7th Annual Gobble Wobble for SMILE Mass on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Same day registration/bib pick up begins at 8:00am. Pre-race bib pickup will be available – date/location TBD. Races begin at 10:00 am.

Register at https://racewire.com/register.php?id=9825

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Dec 23, 2018

Secret Kiss Cookie Making Class at Duck Soup December 23rd, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Make delicious cookies to share with your friends and family! Caregivers/PCA/parents are welcome to assist your baker at no charge.  All ages are welcome, however if you are under 8, you must bring an adult to this event. $45 per adult/child team. All proceeds to benefit SMILE Mass and their floating wheelchair program!

To reserve your spot CLICK HERE

Duck Soup is located at 365 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA

Special Thanks To Our Sponsors:
“What a wonderful cause and I would be proud to donate! I had a cousin who was two weeks older than I who died of MS in 2002, and we always were inseparable at the beach at Ocean Park when growing up. When she got so bad and was confined to a wheelchair, her family would bring her to a rental in Kinney Shores but there was no way to get her near the beach or ocean. To think of so many children who are missing out on the beach experience is heartbreaking. We’ll donate online and wish you the best!”
Love, Ellen & Steve