Bikere-Barre event to help fund a cure for hydrocephaulus
Fairfield’s ZenRide Spinning Studio teams up with local residents Cindy and Tim Shanley to present the 3rd annual Biker-Barre to help fund a cure for Hydrocephalus Sunday, Oct. 22, at ZenRide Spinning Studio, 869 Post Road, Fairfield.
At 3 p.m., there will be a Spinning + Bar Method combo class; at 4 p.m.there will be a Method Combo Class, both followed by bubbly, bites and a silent auction.
All proceeds will go directly to the all-volunteer Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation. The last two Biker-Barre events raised almost $20,000 each.
Tim & Cindy Shanley host the event in honor of their daughter, Reagan “Rae Rae,” a little girl from Fairfield living with this condition, to raise awareness and money for research.
Thanks to the success of this event over the last two years, the Shanleys have created the Reagan Sloane Shanley Scholarship. This grant is for applicants interested in neuroscience and/or engineering who have an interest in better understanding hydrocephalus, cerebral spinal fluid & the brain. The hope is to encourage a new generation of students to find better remedies, and ultimately a cure, for this life threatening condition.
About Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation, Inc.
The Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c) (3) charitable organization, educates the community by raising the level of awareness about hydrocephalus and provides support to families, friends, and children affected by this brain condition, while funding research projects around the Country. All donations are tax-deductible. Visit www.HydrocephalusKids.org for more information.
Cost is $40 donation to reserve a bike. Additional donations are greatly appreciated.
To register, visit zen-ride.com/reserve.
To donate, visit active.com/donate/phfzenride2017.