TORONTO, Aug. 11 /CNW Telbec/ -
What: A colourful parade, comprised of hundreds of members of the
International Taoist Tai Chi Society, complete with marching bands, flags
and the LONGEST TRADITIONAL CHINESE DRAGON in North America, measuring
330 ft. (100 m.). As participants gather for the parade, Society medical
adviser will explain benefits of the Taoist Tai Chi(TM) internal arts of
health to the public.
Why: The International Taoist Tai Chi Society, the world's largest non-
profit Tai Chi organization with 40,000 members in 26 countries, is
celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2010.
When: Thursday, Aug 12, 2010 - rain or shine
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto
10:00 Introduction of international representatives
Conference by Dr. Bruce McFarlane MD
Parade route: From Yonge-Dundas Square, north on Victoria to
Dundas, west on Dundas to Yonge, south on Yonge to Shuter,
east on Shuter to Victoria, north on Victoria to Yonge-
12:30 Dragon Dance in the Square.
Who: All events are public.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Selection of photos file will be available
from CNW Newswire as event unfolds.
SOURCE Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada
For further information: For further information: Media Contacts (Cells): Bernard Voyer, (514) 995-5271; Dave Draper, (647) 984-5892; Mitchell Davis, (917) 208-9312; www.taoist.org