Summer Leisure Guide 2018

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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15 cob.org/recreation (360) 778-7000 parks@cob.org SPECIALIZED REC The following ac vi es are planned for people with disabili es. We encourage you to look at all the offerings in this guide and contact us if you would like assistance or accommoda ons to par cipate. Bellingham Parks and Recrea on is commi ed to providing quality opportuni es to all members of our community. We recognize that making our services and facili es accessible for people with disabili es helps build posi ve community. Specialized Recrea on services include: Programs designed for individuals who have a disability. Inclusion support for individuals with disabili es wishing to par cipate in any program offered by Bellingham Parks and Recrea on. Liaison to community groups serving individuals with disabili es inclusion, support services are available for Bellingham Parks and Recrea on programming. Must note accommoda ons needs at registra on. For more ques ons regarding specialized recrea on services, please contact Amanda Grove at 778-7000 or agrove@cob.org ADAPTIVE CYCLE EXPO Celebrate Na onal Bike Month and discover why cycling is for EVERYONE! The Outdoors for All Founda on will be bringing a small fleet of adap ve cycles that will allow people of all abili es to enjoy cycling. "Have a go" on these unique "bikes" which include handcycles for riders with limited or no leg movement; 3 and 4 wheel cycles for those who need more stability; and tandem cycles for those who want a guide while cycling. We will have cycles for kids and adults. The Outdoors for All staff are skilled at selec ng the right type of cycle to meet your needs. ALL MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY ARE WELCOME! This event is co-sponsored by St. Joseph Hospital Center for Rehabilita on Medicine. Ages: All ages! Day/Date: Saturday, May 19 Time: 11:00 am–2:00 pm Loca on: Civic Field Track Cost: FREE! EVENTS SPIN DANCES Bellingham Parks and Recrea on, along with the Max Higbee Center and Whatcom County Parks and Recrea on have planned three dances for individuals with disabili es. All persons age 14 and over are invited for live music, dancing and loads of fun! Flyers are sent out each quarter announcing the band, theme, and loca on for the upcoming dances. Ages: 14 years and older Dates: Mondays, May 21 (80's Night), June 18 (Hoedown), August 20 (Hawaiian Luau) Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Loca on: Bellingham Senior Center (315 Halleck St.) Cost: A bag of pre-packaged graham crackers

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