May 2023

Adapted Programs!

2023 World Para Ice Hockey Championships

2023 Wheelchair Rugby National Championships



Check out our schedule for the upcoming weeks!

May 10 - Wheelchair Basketball

May 17 - Wheelchair Tennis

May 24 - Wheelchair Curling

May 31 - No Rec Night

June 7 - No Rec Night

June 14 - Floor Ball

June 21 - Wheelchair Rugby

June 28 - Indoor Sledge Hockey

"Wheelchair Rugby Canada and Parasport New Brunswick are proud to release the schedule for the 2023 Wheelchair Rugby National Championships. Preliminary competition will take place Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6. Placement matches will take place Sunday, May 7"

Be sure to check out the Alberta Bighorns which will be joined by local Saskatchewan athlete, Cory Harrower! Good luck Cory!

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Challenger baseball is an opportunity for children with cognitive or physical disabilities to enjoy the thrill of playing baseball, being part of a team, and developing physical and social skills. This program provides the benefits of participation in baseball at a level structured to their abilities. Games are played in a fun, safe environment where we don’t keep score. Our philosophy is very simple, ‘Play just for fun!’

Able-bodied “Buddies” are assigned (one on one, where possible) to each participant. These Buddies assist the Challenger players by pushing wheelchairs around the base path, helping players swing their bat and protecting the Challenger player from a batted ball. These are just a few ways the Buddies offer a better experience for participants in Challenger Baseball.

Each Challenger participant is treated like every other player in the conventional baseball program. Players are outfitted in uniforms, use the same equipment and play games at the local baseball parks. A team picture is a must for Challenger, as it is in the other Divisions.

The smiles are plentiful and free! The joy on the face of each participant in Challenger Baseball makes it very clear how much fun they are having. No pressures, no playing time issues, everyone just has fun…the way baseball is supposed to be.


Check out this amazing opportunity to try out some adapted sports and get active!

"Aged 18 and up, this once-a-month program is a free program for adults experiencing disabilities to enjoy a variety of adapted sports & fitness sessions. Led by an instructor who will create a safe and comfortable environment to facilitate participation in introductory-level sessions focused on leisure education and fun for all! We kindly ask that individuals requiring one-on-one support/assistance please bring an attendant/support person."

Activities and Dates:

May 19th- Equipment/ Strength Training @3:30-4:30

June 23rd- Yoga @3:30-4:30

July 21st- Circuit Training @3:30-4:30

August 18th- Zumba @3:30-4:30


Learn To Play Wheelchair Tennis


July - August

"In partnership with the Saskatchewan Wheelchair Sport Association and Tennis Saskatchewan, participants of all abilities will have the chance to learn the technique and skill required to play wheelchair tennis. Participants will be exposed to a variety of movement, skill and coordination methods that make this wheelchair sport enjoyable for all who try!"

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For more information or to register contact:
Jen Wood, Program Coordinator