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Annual Events

Join us at one of our annual events to raise awareness for this invisible disorder, and of course, have some fun!

Annual Conference
This is a weekend that is dedicated to people with narcolepsy (PWNs) and their friends and loved ones. We will have breakout sessions for just about everyone! Meet other people with narcolepsy and their supporters, learn about treatments, and hear the latest research developments. Learn more or get updates on this website.

Suddenly Sleepy Saturday 

We invite you to get involved by requesting that your state‚Äôs governor issue a proclamation officially recognizing Suddenly Sleepy Saturday. We also urge you to make a request at the local level to your city mayor or county council. See what proclamations were made last year or learn how you can get involved on this page.

Get involved by having your own event! Whether it’s a 5k or a charity night at a local restaurant, tell us about your event so we can help publicize it!


This day, happening this year on March 16, is a day for narcolepsy awareness projects. Several years ago, the World Sleep Society (WSW) designated the Friday before the Spring Equinox as “World Sleep Day,” which aims to lessen the burden of sleep problems on society through better prevention and management of sleep disorder.”

In conjunction with WSW, we dedicated this day to raise specific awareness about narcolepsy, a day for narcolepsy awareness projects, a Day4NAPS!

Suddenly Sleepy Saturday, also known as Narcolepsy Awareness Day, falls on the day before Americans turned their clocks ahead one hour for daylight savings time, a time when even those who do not have narcolepsy may experience sudden sleepiness or daytime drowsiness, just as people with narcolepsy do every day.

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