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2021 Winter/Spring Programs

Four images of an adult walking on a track, two adults cycling, one child holding a volleyball, and three adults playing pickleball

Adults & Youth

Cycling
Wednesdays 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m., 2:15-2:45 p.m., 4:45-5:15 p.m.
January 13-May 6
For youth age 4-18 (with adult supervision) and adult members
Cycling allows members to check out handcycles and recumbent bikes and ride in the Fieldhouse. Participants are given a briefing on bike safety and operation. Due to Covid-19 guidelines, staff are not allowed to physically assist with transfers. Participants must be able to independently transfer on and off the bike or bring a care giver to assist. Reservations are required each week. Visit our Member Classes & Programs page to make a reservation.

Pickleball
Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. during facility session times
January 23-March 20
For members age 14 and up
Pickleball is a mix between tennis, racquetball and ping pong. Players use special paddles and a wiffle ball. Nets and court sizes are smaller than tennis, and it has its own set of quirky rules – for instance, try to stay out of the “kitchen” – but they’re easy to learn. Visit our Member Classes & Programs page to make a reservation.

Lakeshore Marathon
January 1-31
For members age 6 and up
Take on this marathon challenge and complete 26.2 miles over the course of 1 month or in 1 day – whatever you choose! Track your miles at Lakeshore, at home, or in your community via the online STRAVA app. All marathon finishers will win a prize. Other incentives and prizes will be available to win throughout the race. REGISTER

Kid Power
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30-4:15 p.m.
January 11-May 6
For youth members age 6-18 with a disability and age appropriate siblings
Kid Power is a land-based program that will get your kids active and moving in a socially distant environment. This weekly program will feature fun recreational and fitness games geared toward increasing endurance, strength, balance and motor skills. REGISTER

Rentals

Oculus Quest Virtual Reality Set
For members with a disability age 13 and up. Technology requires users to have sight as well as some arm and hand function to move controllers.
Lakeshore members with a physical disability can experience virtual reality by renting an Oculus Quest. Participants will be immersed in unique worlds where they play table tennis against robots, go toe-to-toe with Rocky Balboa in a boxing match, fish off the shores of Korea and more.  For more information about renting an Oculus Quest please contact Byron Lai at .

Athletics

If you have questions on how to join a Lakeshore athletic team, contact Lauren Perry at .

8 Weeks to a Better Team
Wednesdays 6-7:15 p.m.
January 11-February 26
For members on a Lakeshore sports team age 6 and up
This program builds on 8 Weeks to a Better Athlete with a focus on team building, nutrition and physical activity.

Wheelchair Basketball
Lakeshore offers wheelchair basketball programs for youth (age 6-18), adults and women. All teams are governed by the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA), and participation is determined by the NWBA’s classification criteria. Teams practice weekly and travel regionally and nationally for competition. If you have questions on how to join a team, contact Lauren Perry  (youth teams) and Rob Welty (adult teams).

Prep Wheelchair Basketball Practice
Tuesdays & Thursdays
January 12-June 22
For member athletes age 6-18

Varsity Wheelchair Basketball Practice
Tuesdays & Thursdays
January 12-June 22
For member athletes age 14-18

Adult Wheelchair Basketball Practice
Tuesdays & Thursdays
January 12-June 22
For member athletes 18 and up