It has been 3 years since 10-year-old Kyler Bradley
succumbed to brain cancer, and the community continues to keep the disease and his battle with it at the forefront through the #KylerStrong campaign.
Bradley and his family are from Fairfield Twp., a community along with others that surrounded them with love during his difficult battle with DIPG.
The Second Annual Superhero Pub Crawl
The Second Annual Superhero Pub Crawl to support the KylerStrong foundation and DIPG research is slated for 6-10 p.m. on Saturday, April 6. Attendees are invited to visit Basil 1791, Municipal Brew Works, North Second Tap and Bottle, The Drink Tavern, Plaza One Grille inside the Courtyard Marriott in Hamilton and the newly opened A Game Knight.
All of the places on the pub crawl itinerary are in downtown Hamilton.
Participants are invited to pay $20 for access to a shuttle in order to have safe transportation to each bar and restaurant.
That $20 also includes access to an after-party from 9 p.m. until midnight at Basil 1791, organizers said. Raffle tickets are included in it as well.
“Access wristbands are available at Basil 1791 (upstairs), Municipal Brew Works or on the shuttle bus. Participants are strongly encouraged to dress as their favorite superhero!”, says a release from the KylerStrong organization, which is led by the boy’s mother, Rebecca Bradley.
All proceeds go to the KylerStrong foundation and research regarding DIPG. To-date, the group has raised more than $200,000 for those research efforts at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.