The City of Glendale Parks & Recreation Adaptive Recreation program offers specially designed activities for individuals with physical, mental, emotional or social disabilities. Activities include bowling, swimming, dances, field trips and more. The general minimum age for participating is 8 years old. The City of Glendale also supports Special Olympics Softball & Challenger Little League with the City of Peoria.
With the goal of enhancing programs for citizens with disabilities, the City of Glendale partners with the City of Peoria in the Glendale/Peoria Special Recreation Alliance program, which offers cooperative programs between the two cities.
For additional details on the Adaptive Recreation Program, please call Anthony at 623-930-4335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 to 11 a.m., Saturdays, Jan. 31 - Mar. 8, at Glenfair Lanes Bowling Alley, 6110 N. 59th Ave.
Ages 8 and older can improve their bowling game, enjoy
the support of others and make new friends! Parents,
guardians and caregivers volunteer and assist those
with special needs to make this a rewarding experience.
Bowling ramps are available to registered bowlers.
Instruction is not provided.
The program is $23 (non-resident $30) and includes a bowling ball and shoes. Click here to register.
5:30 to 7 p.m., Thursdays, Mar. 5 - May 21, at the Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown St.
Ages 8-22 can learn the joy of singing, acting and dancing, while also improving confidence and making new friends. The final class ends with a live performance on stage at the Adult Center. The program is $25 (non-resident $30), and the sign up code is #464142-11. Click here to register.