Adult Recreation

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  • Daily Programs
  • Events

Air Rifle Shooting/Archery
Tuesday, Wednesday: August 1-December 13, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Participants will be briefed on shooting safety and receive basic shooting instruction. Shooting and archery take place in Lakeshore’s shooting range down the hall past the Fitness Center. No experience or personal equipment is necessary.

Boccia
Tuesday, Wednesday: August 1-December 13, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Adapted for all abilities, boccia teaches throwing techniques, strategies and rules of the game in a competitive format. Practice and games will be played in the Fieldhouse. No registration necessary.

Cycling
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: August 1-December 14
Members may ride handcycles and recumbent bikes in the Fieldhouse. Participants will be given a briefing on Bike safety and operation. Safety requirements include operating the bike at a moderate speed. Reservations are recommended, and available times are shown on the calendar. For more information, contact Cliff Cook at 205-313-7426 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@c1508721344ffilc1508721344.

Regions Climbing Wall
Open to all ages, youth through adult, multiple times each month from 3 to 5 p.m. Climbers must sign in by 4:30 p.m. Dates are listed at the climbing wallFor more information, contact Kris King at 205-313-7435 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@k1508721344sirk1508721344.

Wheelchair Basketball League
Monday: August 7-28, 6-8:30 p.m.
Players will be placed on a league team and participate in weekly games. Players must be able to use a manual wheelchair. No experience is needed, but a basic understanding of the rules of basketball is recommended. Registration for this program is required. For more information, contact Rita Penniman at 205-313-7446 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@p1508721344atir1508721344.

*Non-members may purchase a league pass for $10.

Wheelchair Football League
Monday: October 2-November 27, 6-8:30 p.m.
Wheelchair football can be played using a manual chair or power chair. No experience or personal equipment is necessary. Registration is recommended and space is limited. For more information, contact Cliff Cook at 205-313-7426 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@c1508721344ffilc1508721344.

*Tuesday, October 3, wheelchair football will be played at UAB as part of its homecoming week festivities.

*Non-members may purchase a league pass for $10.

Cycling Trip
Friday, October 20
Lakeshore will host a recreational bike ride at the Chief Ladiga Trail in Anniston, AL. The bike route is flat and suitable for all levels of ability and experience. Registration is required for this event with preference given to active participants of the Lakeshore cycling program. Lakeshore bikes can be reserved upon registration. Participants are also welcome to bring their own bikes. Transportation will be provided to the trail. For more information, contact Cliff Cook at 205-313-7426 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@c1508721344ffilc1508721344.  

Adult Hunting Trip
December 8-10
Hunting trips are for individuals who use a manual or power wheelchair, have mobility or visual impairment. The hunt will be on the accessible property of Camp ASCCA in Jackson’s Gap, AL. The facility offers accessible sleeping cabins and a dining hall where meals will be served. We will also provide assistance to hunters to and from the deer blind (by ATV), guiding, tracking, and field dressing of harvested game. For more information, contact Lori Watkins at 205-313-7429 or gro.e1508721344rohse1508721344kal@w1508721344irol1508721344.