The Canadian Mental Health Association would like to welcome the public to drop in and meet the members of their Sharing and Caring social club as well as browse the Mosaic storefront which features local artists from across Nova Scotia!
The Department of Parks & Recreation will be showcasing their adapted bikes and rideon’s and well highlighting some of the other options that support access & inclusion within recreation opportunities in HRM.
BUILDING FUTURES, in collaboration with certified yoga instructor Brian Stever, will be hosting a FREE community yoga session specifically for individuals with diverse abilities and needs.
Try the Game Boccia! Boccia is a Paralympic sport, pronounced ‘Bot-cha’, similar to lawn bowling, designed specifically for persons with physical disabilities. All ages and abilities can play by propelling the ball using their hands, feet, or an assistive device.
For forty years, the Antigonish CACL has been a community mainstay, informing and uniting residents to celebrate diversity and inclusiveness. Visit our cafe, bakery, wood shop and print shop to see what we do!