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  • Adaptive Recreation - Adult Programs

     

    PIONEERS GROUP (30.00 for a ten week session)

    This program offers adults (ages 18+) with learning disabilities the opportunities to plan and implement various recreational projects, trips, and activities for themselves.
    Instructor: Jackie Scott
    Tuesdays Class is held at Victory Park (2575 Paloma St. Pasadena) from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    **Pending Facility Approval
    Pre-Registration Required is required/contact Jackie Scott. Recreational outings and other special activities are included for participants. Special fees or donations may be requested in addition to the registration fees.

    Art Program – ($20.00 for a ten week session)

    Victory Park, 2575 Paloma Street, Pasadena
    This program provides art programs for all adults, with and without disabilities. Instructors include an art specialist and a contract staff assistant, funded by the City of Pasadena/Human Services and Recreation Department. Participants will explore their artistic skills through drawing and writing. Materials and supplies are included in the fee. PRE- REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM AND INTERESTED PERSONS SHOULD CALL JACKIE SCOTT, (626) 744-7257. Program is held on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

    Interact Program ($25.00 for a ten week session)

    The group offers an opportunity for adults with disabilities to plan recreation activities/outings for themselves each week. This program is from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays at Victory Park. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS PROGRAM AND INTERESTED PERSONS SHOULD CALL JACKIE SCOTT AT (626) 744-7257.

    Cooperative Dances/ Special Events with Ability First

    In cooperation with the City of Pasadena/Human Services and Recreation’s Adaptive Recreation program, Ability First (formerly Crippled Children’s Society) are providing a series of Friday Night Socials . Participants are REQUIRED to join Pioneer or Interact program or interested persons need to pre-register by calling Jackie Scott at (626) 744-7257.