Minnesota Stroke Association

Events

The Minnesota Stroke Association's annual events help raise community awareness of stroke while honoring stroke survivors and paying tribute to those who have supported our organization throughout the years.


Strides for Stroke

The 2021 Strides for Stroke took place on Saturday, May 15 all around Minnesota. You can join us and donate online! Share with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram what you are doing to to get ready for Strides for Stroke by using the hashtag #S4S2021.


Strike Out Stroke

Strike Out Stroke is presented each May (National Stroke Month) in partnership with the Minnesota Twins baseball team. At its heart, the event honors stroke survivors from the previous year. The 2020 Strike Out Stroke day will take place on May 6.


Stroke Awareness Month

Each May, the Minnesota Stroke Association celebrates National Stroke Awareness Month. The month of May becomes a highlight for all who have been touched by stroke. Click here for more information.

You can help by making a donation online through the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance, or call us at 763-553-0088.


The 2021 Minnesota Statewide Stroke Conference will take place on Thursday, November 4 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Park. We invite you to submit a proposal or proposals for breakout sessions. Click here to submit your Request for Proposal.


Events with the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance


The 2020 Annual Conference for Professionals in Brain Injury was held on April 16 and 17, 2020 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

Click here for more information.



In 2020, the Fall Consumer and Family Conferences will take place on Saturday, October 17 at New Life Presbyterian Church in Roseville. Click here for more information.



The 2020 Walk for Thought will take place on Saturday, September 21 at CentraCare Health Plaza in Saint Cloud and Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton/Twin Cities. On Saturday, September 26, Duluth will host the Walk for Thought at Leif Erikson Park.

Further information and registration will be available in late June.

Click here for full information on the Walk for Thought.