Special Notice from the Glendale Commission on Persons with Disabilities
The City of Glendale Community Services Department strives to provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities and has specially designed these adaptive recreation programs for individuals with physical, mental, emotional or social disabilities. For more information, contact Sherilyn Dean-Mason at 623-930-4605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., 8 Saturdays, September 23-December 2, 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. Preregistration is required. Extremely limited spots available.
The program is $25 (non-resident $35) and includes a bowling ball and shoes. Registration begins Tuesday, September 12. Class code is #314217-01. Register.
5:30 to 7 p.m., Thursdays,
August 17, at the Glendale Adult Center, 5970 W. Brown St.
Participants with special needs, ages 10-22, will 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 Glendale Adult Center. The program is $25 (non-resident $30), and preregistration is required. $25 R /$30 NR, class code 461112-11.