The Isle of Man MS Society is holding its Together to beat MS.
It will be at the Palace Hotel in Douglas from 10am tomorrow (Saturday).
Multiple Sclerosis is the most common disabling neurological condition affecting young adults.
'Together to Beat MS' is part of the charity's 60th anniversary celebrations, and is drawing experts and medical professionals from both the Island and the UK.
The day begins at 10am, and is free for those with the disease and £10 for anyone interested in finding out more.
To reserve a place, or find out more, phone 452207.
Charity secretary, Leanne Andrews, says it's attracting a wide range of speakers: