Events

 

Oct 24 Wheelchair Tennis Clinic

10/24/2021 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM ET
Participant - Other
  • Free  -  Person with a disability
  • Free  -  Able bodied family member/friend
Muirfield Association Tennis Courts
8372 Muirfield Dr
Dublin, OH 43017
Wheelchair Tennis "Try It" event hosted in conjunction with Columbus Rec and Parks Adaptive Sports Club and The Clover Lindsay Sports Foundation.

No prior experience needed! All equipment provided! Tennis instruction provided by Tennis Pro Eby Day. All ages welcome!

8372 Muirfield Dr, Dublin OH 43017

Oct 25 Discover Cycling

10/25/2021 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM ET
Participant - Cycle
  • Free  -  5:00pm-6:00pm Evaluation and Try Out
  • Free  -  5:30pm-6:30pm Evaluation and Try Out
  • Free  -  6:00pm-7:00pm Evaluation and Try Out
Glacier Ridge Metro Park
9801 Hyland Croy Rd
Plain City, OH 43064
Meet with OSU therapists and ASC instructors at Glacier Ridge Metro Park to be fitted in an adaptive bike and try out. This is ideal for adult riders or cyclists who want to own their own equipment or want a starting point to learn about different adaptive cycles that would work for them. Therapists and volunteers can also assist in providing specific measurements for bike orders. Please be sure to fill out a Participant Profile and select a specific session to attend during this event.

Here are the steps we are taking to help protect the health and safety of our riders and volunteers during Covid-19.
1. All adaptive riders will register online and be given the option to print and sign a waiver before arriving as well.
2. All adaptive riders and volunteers will be asked to wear a mask when social distancing is not feasible
3. Increased gear cleaning protocols. All gear and equipment will be completely wiped down before each use.
4. Group size will be limited and we are limiting the number of adaptive riders per session.
5. Everyone will adhere to 6 foot distancing at all times.
6. Anyone who feels sick are asked to stay home.
7. Everyone will be asked to sanitize their hands frequently.
8. Hand sanitizer will be available.
9. Volunteers will not be able to provide any physical assistance. If adaptive riders need physical assistance (i.e help with transfers on and off of the bike) they will need to bring a family member or aid to provide that assistance.

This is a challenging time for all of us, but our first priority is to the safety of our customers, staff and community.
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