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Adaptive Sports New England

Joe Walsh, President

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Phone: 617-982-2763

Web: www.adaptivesportsne.org

 

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Adaptive Sports New England, Inc.

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Boston, MA  02111

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Adaptive Sports New England is proud to support the Carroll Center for the Blind's Walk for Independence. We'll be there in full force, and we hope you'll join us! ...

5th Annual Carroll Center for the Blind Walk for Independence

May 21, 2017, 10:00am - May 21, 2017, 1:00pm

- Featuring the popular 1 mile dog walk and new 5K route~ In addition to both a one mile and 5k walk around the neighborhood with guide dogs and family pets, we have a cookout with music, games and activities, dog demonstrations, and much more. All of the activities are adapted so that every child can participate, regardless of their vision. For example, instead of baseball, we have beepball, where the ball “beeps” and this enables the kids to hit it. The whole day is designed to show kids, their friends, families, and the community how active and independent blind and visually impaired people can be, despite their vision loss. This year we are anticipating 750 people and our fundraising goal is $125,000- we need your help! Register before April 21st: Adults: $30 Children under 16: FREE Register after April 21st: Adults: $40 Children under 16: FREE Hope to see you there!

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Respecting the weather, we won't be running at the Reggie on Tuesday. We'll see all you blind/VI runners back at the Reggie Lewis Center on Thursday and every Tuesday/Thursday 5:00-6:00 PM until April 15 (BAA 5K). We'll also be at Wellesley College indoor track Sundays 11-12 from now through April 9. Come run with us no matter your speed or distance. Stay safe in the storm! ...

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Adaptive Sports New England shared ReelAbilities: Boston Disabilities Film Festival's event. ...

ReelAbilities Film Festival Presents: The Rebound

March 30, 2017, 6:30pm - March 30, 2017, 7:00pm

Directed by Shaina Allen USA, 65 minutes, Documentary In English with Open Captions The Rebound follows the underdog journey of the Miami Heat Wheels wheelchair basketball team in their quest for a national championship. Despite the team’s dwindling financial resources, these motivated athletes, each with their own emotional and physical challenges, rally toward the title while striving to accomplish their own life goals off the court. Discussion to follow with athletes from a local wheelchair basketball team Free admission

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Adaptive Sports New England shared ReelAbilities: Boston Disabilities Film Festival's event. ...

ReelAbilities Film Festival Presents: True Smile

April 2, 2017, 12:00pm - April 2, 2017, 12:30pm

Directed by Juan Rayos Spain, 82 minutes, Documentary In Spanish with English Open Captions and Audio Description An astonishing journey as seen through the eyes of 26-year-old Sergio Aznárez Rosado, who was born both blind and with autism, yet lives a life packed with adventure. Over the course of 30 days, Sergio embarks on a 1,300-kilometer tandem bike ride with his brother, Juan Manuel, who pilots the bicycle. Together, they traverse desert and high mountains, starting in Cuenca in central Spain and finishing in one of the most remote villages in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. Co-presented with Waypoint Adventure Free admission, tickets at the door.

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