Posts Tagged accessible recreation

Play-Streets Come to Kingston

Have you ever thought about opening your neighbourhood street so kids can play?  You can find out by dropping by Charles St on Sunday April 29 from 3-5pm. What is a Play-Street? Play-Streets are temporary street openings that provide a safer space for kids and adults to

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Stay Warm and Indoors with Adapted Winter Sports!

Stay Warm and Indoors with Adapted Winter Sports!

Many of us would agree that getting around outdoors in the winter is a lot more fun when wearing a pair of snowshoes, skis, or skates. And if you use mobility equipment, such as a wheelchair or walker, winter wheeling or walking can be especially difficult –

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Wheelchair Rally Gets Rolling on July 18

The Wheelchair Rally takes place on Tuesday July 18, 2017 from 5-7pm.  Wheelchair riders will be cruising along the K&P Trail from Doug Fluhrer Park to Montreal Street and Rideau Street and back again.  There will be free fun, activities, food and drinks.   This event is for

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Come Join the Kingston Goalball Club!

Come Join the Kingston Goalball Club!

Have you ever heard of Goalball? Goalball is a paralympic sport played by blind or visually impaired individuals. Canada has a medal winning paralympic team in the sport and yet many people have never heard of it! Goalball has come to Kingston and is hoping to grow and

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