Buff Up Your Brainpower at the Brain Health Fair – You Could Win Tickets to Vancouver’s Top Attractions


Delve into your cerebral cortex, take a wander through your central nervous system and get schooled on all about all things related to the health of your dome at the American Academy of Neurology’s 2016 Brain Health Fair. Taking place at the Vancouver Convention Centre on April 15, this free public event brings to light the fascinating world of brain health and related diseases while industry experts teach attendees how to keep their noggins tuned up and in prime shape.

In addition to learning about new treatments, viewing brains of different animals and holding a real (not live) human brain, you can enter to win tickets to Vancouver’s top attractions (because exploration and curiosity are key for building and strengthening brain cells) like:

  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
  • Grouse Mountain
  • FlyOver Canada
  • Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden
  • Vancouver Aquarium

Noggins work best when they’re fuelled by hearty, healthy and locally sourced meals, and the Fair has you covered there with FREE LUNCH! Attendees will have the opportunity to win gift certificates to restaurants surrounding the Vancouver Convention Centre, including:

  • Rogue
  • Cactus Club
  • Glowbal

And all that extra energy means you can spend even more time checking out the fair.

All prizes have been generously donated by Tourism Vancouver member attractions and restaurants in support of this important public event. To enter, visit the Tourism Vancouver booth (located  at the Brain Health Fair). Good luck!


  • What: The Brain Health Fair
  • When: Friday, April 15th
  • Where: Vancouver Convention Centre’s West Building | Ballrooms A, B, C, D | 1055 Canada Place Way
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • More Info: Visit the Brain Health Fair event page
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3 Responses to Buff Up Your Brainpower at the Brain Health Fair – You Could Win Tickets to Vancouver’s Top Attractions

  1. Thank you

  2. Samantha

    Geeze, I sure wish I wasn’t working! Having had 13 concussions I could really benefit! Hopefully next time it will be on the weekend. :) Have a great time everyone!

  3. Patricia

    Looking forward to this event and learning more about the brain.