Holiday Party!
Thursday December 17, 2020
5-8pm EST

A cross between a video game and a zoom meetup!

What is this? A virtual party using the Gather platform. Put together by our co-working space (CSI) and at which we'll have our own separate "members lounge" room for PSC Partners Canada to gather. Guests are also welcome to explore the larger party.

This is being set up as a virtual party space. Our Gather "room" is under construction, so we don't know what it will look like yet, but here are some tips:

  1. Be sure to register via Eventbrite. It’s how you'll be sent the Gather link to join. See the blue button below.
  2. Once you join the party, for ease of locating our room, look for attendees with PSC in their "name" - and we encourage you to set up your party "name" likewise with PSC in your name. We can easily find each other in the list of attendees to “Locate” each other and find our room.
  3. You will "arrive "outside of CSI Annex, a virtual rendering of our physical office building in Toronto. For those who've been at the location on Dundas, PSC Partners is relocating to the Annex CSI building, so come visit the new space! After you walk inside, please take the north stairwell, which leads to the “Member Room Lounge” which includes a door labelled PSC Partners Canada. If you are lost, the locate feature is a great way to guide you there.
  4. Detailed info on how to navigate the space can be found here. This is sort of like a video game with avatars for attendees, and videoconferencing to visit with each other.
  5. CSI Staff will be stationed as greeters to help you get to where you need to go, and CSI will also have a Tech Support link available.
  6. Feel free to explore the larger party as well! There’s a cookie quest where you can win great cookies, a dance party, and a whole universe to explore, so please do not feel confined to the PSC Partners Canada.

The mission of PSC Partners Seeking a Cure and PSC Partners Seeking a Canada is to provide education and support to PSC patients, families and caregivers
and raise funds to research causes, treatments and cures for primary sclerosing cholangitis.