Generation Next is a motivated group of professional 40- and 50-year old’s who believe in Baycrest's world-leading dementia research and innovation. We feel a strong connection to the cause, and are passionate about making a difference in our communities by raising funds and awareness to support Baycrest's fight to defeat dementia.
To support Baycrest and it’s work as a global leader in seniors residential living, healthcare, research, innovation and education, with a special focus on brain health and aging. Baycrest is home to a robust research and innovation network, including one of the world's top research institutes in cognitive neuroscience, the Rotman Research Institute, the scientific headquarters of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging which is Canada's largest national dementia research initiative, and The Centre for Aging+ Brain Health Innovation.
With this and more, Baycrest has remained at the forefront of the fight to defeat dementia and works to create a world where every older adult enjoys a life of purpose, inspiration and fulfilment.
Generation Next’s Decade Dance is an annual event that gives guests the chance to party through the ages at a different decade each year.
Through Baycrest, we are helping our community age fearlessly, so we love how fitting it is to host an event that celebrates different eras in history.
Stay Tuned for our 2024 Event!
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1970’s Decades Dance: ‘Studio 54’
In 2023, we transported to 1970's New York City and entered the ‘Studio 54’. Where getting past the velvet rope meant you were in for the best night ever! Guests donned their polyester jumpsuits, chiffon dresses, bell bottoms, and metallic wrap dresses and danced the night away! Join us for a really fun night of cocktails, disco music, and lots of glitter all in the name of supporting Baycrest's amazing work.
Baycrest "Studio 54" Recap from Big Ticket Productions on Vimeo.
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