Adult Recreation

Adult Recreation Programs Fall 2016

Unless otherwise indicated, contact Cliff Cook at 205-313-7426 or gro.e1480717101rohse1480717101kal@c1480717101ffilc1480717101 to register or for more information.

Adult Adventure Day

Aug 26, 2016
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Join us as we travel to Adaptive Aquatics in Wilsonville, AL for an exciting day filled with water sports and activities.  Participants will have the opportunity to kayak, water tube, water ski, and more.  Registration for this event is limited to participants with a physical disability and a guest of their choosing.  We can only accept 15 participants (not including guests) for this event.  Registration will be accepted no earlier than Aug 1st.

Air Rifle Shooting & Archery

Aug 2 – Dec 14, 2016
Tuesdays 3:30-5:00 p.m. & Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m.

Air rifle shooting & archery is a recreation program that is open to all Lakeshore Foundation members 18 years of age or older. Participants will be briefed on safety and receive basic shooting instruction.  Air rifle shooting and archery takes place in Lakeshore’s shooting range. No experience or personal equipment is necessary.  This season Lakeshore is offering a “Turkey Shoot,” where participants will have a chance of winning a Thanksgiving turkey!  More information to come.

Bocce

Aug 2 – Dec 14, 2016
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Bocce practice and games will be played in the Fieldhouse. This fun activity is open to all Lakeshore members and is specifically adapted for adults who use a power wheelchair. Throwing techniques, strategies and rules of the game will be covered each week, along with fun competition.

Cycling

Aug 2 – Dec 15, 2016
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays by appointments between 9:00-3:00

Cycling is a program that allows participants to check out a variety of bikes and handcycles and ride in the Fieldhouse. Participants will be given a briefing on bike safety and operation. Appointments are required to check out any cycling equipment.

Paralympic Experience: Cycling Trip

Sept 23 & Oct 28, 2016

Lakeshore will host a recreational bike ride at the Chief Ladiga Trail in Anniston, AL. All levels of ability and experience are welcome on this trip. The bike route is suitable for beginners and is flat. Registration is required for this event. Lakeshore bikes can be reserved upon registration. Participants are also welcome to bring their own bikes. Transportation will be provided to and from Lakeshore.

Road to Rio Family Festival

Sept 10, 2016

Enjoy a free family festival and celebrate the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Try Paralympic sports, meet Olympic and Paralympic athletes and sample food from local food trucks. In addition, you will experience the Team USA Road to Rio Tour presented by Liberty Mutual. Tour elements will include interactive sport participation, virtual-reality experiences and Team USA giveaways. Lakeshore is proud to be the only Road to Rio Tour stop in the Southeast.

Wheelchair Football

Mondays 6:00-8:30 p.m.
Oct 3 – Nov. 21, 2016

Wheelchair football is a seasonal recreation program for all adult members. Wheelchair football can be played in a manual wheelchair or power wheelchair. Games are played against different groups from the community. No experience or personal equipment is necessary. Registration is limited/required.  Registration forms can be found at the front desk.

IRON Bowl

Nov 21, 2016
Monday 6:00-8:30 p.m.                                

Lakeshore invites you to attend its fifth annual wheelchair flag football Iron Bowl. Players can choose to play for the Alabama or Auburn team. Members are invited to play or simply come and support their favorite team. Will the outcome of this game be a sign of what’s to come at the NCAA Iron Bowl? All players must register in advance. Non-players may attend without registration.

Hunting

Dec 2016

Lakeshore Foundation hunting trips are for individuals who use a manual wheelchair, power wheelchair, have a mobility impairment or visual impairment. The hunt will be on the accessible hunting property of Camp ASCCA in Jackson Gap, AL. The facility offers accessible sleeping cabins and a dining hall where meals will be served. We will also provide assistance to hunters with access to and from the deer blind (by ATV), guiding, tracking, and field dressing of harvested game. Lakeshore Foundation staff will be on site during the weekend. For more information, contact Lori Watkins at 205-313-7429 or gro.e1480717101rohse1480717101kal@w1480717101irol1480717101.

Regions Climbing Wall

For all age groups youth through adult. Open climbing wall times will be sent out via the weekly update and posted in the facility or contact Kris King at 205-313-7435 or gro.e1480717101rohse1480717101kal@k1480717101netsi1480717101rk1480717101.