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ParkinsonLink: Winning Calendar Cover Announced

Thank you for voting. Which work of art will be featured on the cover of the 2012 Creativity and Parkinson’s Calendar?

 

“Blue Reflections” Will Grace 2012 Creativity & Parkinson’s Calendar Cover

2012 Calendar Cover Winner

Nearly 1,000 of you responded last week when PDF asked for your help in choosing a cover image for the 2012 Creativity and Parkinson’s wall calendar. The calendar is produced annually and features works of art by 13 people living with Parkinson’s.

This year, we asked you to choose amongst five photographs taken by friend and founding member of the Creativity and Parkinson’s project, the late Carol Blann. With your votes, “Blue Reflections” took the top spot.

Calendars will be available in late September for you to order. Email us now to place your order early.

Thank you!

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Creativity and PD

The Creativity and Parkinson's Project exists to explore, support and encourage the therapeutic value of creativity in Parkinson's. Learn more by browsing our gallery.

 

Upcoming Parkinson's Events

Wednesday, August 10,
Fifth Annual Zwick Pro-Am
(Wallingford, CT)

Tuesday, September 27,
PD ExpertBriefing: Impulse Control Disorder and Parkinson's
(Online)

Monday, November 14,
PDF Carnaval at the Copa
(New York, NY)

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