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Updated: Thursday August 27th 2015
Félix-Antoine Tremblay, comedian and spokesman for ANEB, is proud to announce the return of the Mister ANEB event. This will be the second year that ANEB hosts the much-anticipated fashion show, featuring the creations of the artist’s Quebec company, Monsieur Phoénix. Mister ANEB: The Cabaret will take place at Théâtre Plaza on Friday, October 2nd at 7:00 PM.
During the course of the evening, the company, which makes bowties and other accessories right here in Quebec, will feature new items from its Fall/Winter collection. They will be presented by an incredible lineup of volunteer Quebec artists (of all ages and body types!) generously supporting the fight against eating disorders. Amongst the women featured will be Catherine Brunet, Bianca Gervais, Varda Étienne, Marie-Claude Savard, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, Maxim Roy, Josée Lavigueur, Marie-Soleil Dion, Andréanne A. Malette, Kim Lizotte, Émilie Bégin and Valérie Roberts. Participating male models will include Joey Scarpellino, Jonathan Roberge, Antoine Pilon, Patrick Langlois, Phil Roy, Alex Perron, Sébastien Diaz, Herby Moreau and Sébastien Huberdeaustrong>. Joining us among the many talented artists that evening is Marie-Pier Perreault, who will enchant the audience with her inspiring voice. Guests will also enjoy a lively, colourful cabaret show by the enormously talented group Ecce Mundo.
Many price discounts are available. Regular-priced tickets cost $75 and include:
- the entrance fee for the evening;
- a Mister ANEB bowtie;
- two alcoholic drinks and finger food.
All funds raised during the evening will go to Anorexie et Boulimie Québec (ANEB), which helps people suffering from eating disorders as well as the sufferers’ loved ones. Profits from the sales of Mister ANEB bowties will benefit the same charity and will be available for a year.
Tickets are available on
the Monsieur Phoenix website.
For more information, please see
The the press release.
Please note that due to Labour Day on September 7th, the phone line and support groups will not be available.
For the locations and times of various meetings, go to Open groups page.
ANEB thanks you for your understanding.
ANEB is happy to invite you to its annual general assembly, which will take place on September 29th at 6:30 PM at Sainte-Justine University Hospital, located at 3175 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal. The meeting will be held in the Justine Lacoste-Beaubien Amphitheatre – Floor A, Block 9.
An event for the general public will be held after the assembly, starting at 8:00 PM. Keep checking our website and our newsletter for more details, which will become available in the next few weeks. The event’s theme and the guests of honour will be announced.
ANEB is presently searching for individuals willing to testify about our different services and how they have impacted them throughout their recovery process.
BeMe is a virtual space created by ANEB in association with Woozworld where teens of 8 to 14 years old will find tools to help them reinforce their self-esteem and develop their critical thinking regarding the messages of beauty sent by the media! In addition of live confidential and secure interaction with other teens through an avatar called a Woozen, they will benefit, from time to time, of the presence of an ANEB facilitator to discuss nutrition, self-esteem, body image, bullying and many more subjects.
The teenagers will meet Be and Me, the BeMe Lounge’s dynamic duo (animated by an ANEB facilitator), that look forward to help the Woozens to realize that they are unique and beautiful in their own unique way! The goal of Be and Me: helping tweens and teens to realize how special they are and appreciate it.
To discover Woozworld and the BeMe Lounge: clic here.
To read the press release.