While Lyme disease is no laughing matter - Laughter is the best medicine!

JOIN US for the Do Good Comedy Tour fundraiser for Lyme Awareness MN!
Thursday, September 20, 2018 at O'Gara's Bar & Grill in St. Paul
Four Awesome Comedians! 7:00pm to 8:30pm
VIP Reserved Seats, Regular Seats, or Virtual Seats available!
We are raising money to put tick safety children's books in every elementary school library in Minnesota! (1049 schools!)


Do Good Comedy Tour

The iconic O'Gara's Bar and Grill is closing for good just 8 days after this event! 

Don't miss out on being there one more time! 

Can't Attend? You can still Sponsor A School!! 

Go to the ticket sales page and go through the process like you are buying a ticket. It will give you an option to "Sponsor A School" when you select your type of ticket!


"Select a time" on right side of the ticket sales page (either time is fine) and then choose "Sponsor A School" as your ticket option. It won't take up a seat so choose either time to get to the ticket option part where you can then select "Sponsor A School"!

Some Facts About Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is caused by a spirochete, a corkscrew-shaped bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. Often called "The Great Imitator," the symptoms of Lyme often mimic other diseases. Lyme disease can affect virtually any bodily organ, including the brain and nervous system, muscles and joints, even the heart.

The most often way to contract Lyme is from the bite of a nymphal, or immature tick. Because they are the size of a poppy seed, nymphs are so tiny and their bite so painless that many people do not even realize they have been bitten. A tick can bite you and move on without imbedding itself in your skin. In fact, not every case of Lyme disease results in the often typical "bullseye" rash.

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates that 300,000 people are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year in the US.

The real number of cases is much higher because 50% of negative test results are a false negative when standard tests are used.

Lyme disease affects people of all ages and is found throughout the United States and in sixty other countries.

Because Lyme disease can often be difficult to diagnose, many people who actually have Lyme may be misdiagnosed with other conditions.