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2019

SPRING/SUMMER

Activities for

ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION (AIR)

Offering community-based recreation activities and leisure services specially designed for children, teens, and adults who have a disability and/or special needs.

SPRING/SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS FEBRUARY 25, 2019. Go to PORTLANDPARKS.ORG, click on the Register Now tab. Commissioner Nick Fish Interim Director Kia Selley


ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION 305 NE 102, Suite 250 Portland, OR 97220 503-823-2883

Rec. Coordinator II Jane Doyle | 503-307-4131 Jane.Doyle@portlandoregon.gov Rec. Coordinator I Lyndsey Goforth | 971-284-5060 Lyndsey.Goforth@portlandoregon.gov Rec. Coordinator I Dawn Hubbard | 971-284-1867 Dawn.Hubbard@portlandoregon.gov Rec. Coordinator I Jimmy Lorang | 971-801-4121 Jimmy.Lorang@portlandoregon.gov

HOURS Monday - Friday 8:00am -5:00pm

CALENDAR View and register for classes on-line at www.PortlandParks.org or call AIR office at 503-823-2883.

CLOSURES

Spring 2019 Memorial Day, May 27

REGISTRATION DATES

Spring/Summer 2019 February 25 To register for classes and trips, call 503-823-2883. Summer 2019 Trips May 6

To register for classes and trips call

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Steps to Inclusion..........................................................3 Drop-in Classes.............................................................4 Teen Social Sampler......................................................5 Adaptive Camps........................................................ 6-7 Teen/Adult Classes.................................................... 8-9 Social Sampler.............................................................10 Friends, Food, and Fun...............................................11 Senior Center Project..................................................12 Adult Trips............................................................. 12-16 Who Are We?..............................................................17 Citywide Recreation Activities.............................. 18-23 Recreation Facilities and Map............................... 24-25 Registration Information and Form...................... 26-27

SCHOLARSHIPS

City of Portland residents, regardless of age, who require financial assistance can apply for partial scholarships. Contact individual centers for information.

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W E S TA N D T O G E T H E R We welcome ALL races, ALL religions, ALL countries of origin, ALL ages, ALL sexual orientations, ALL genders, ALL abilities. It is the policy of the City of Portland and a core value of Portland Parks & Recreation, that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any City program, service, or activity on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or disability. To help ensure equal access to City programs, services, and activities, the City of Portland reasonably provides: translation and interpretation services, modifications, accommodations, auxiliary aides and services, and alternative format. Portland Parks & Recreation


Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation Guide to Inclusion Services: A Team Effort

Parent/Guardian

Inclusion Services Coordinators

Participant

Register for desired activity

Connect with families to discuss support options

Meet program registration requirements

Contact Inclusion Services a minimum of 10 working days before start of activity. Aquatics requests go through pools.

Determine appropriate support to be provided

Adhere to Code of Conduct

Complete a phone intake and Accommodation Form provided by Inclusion Services.

Connect with families to share determined support plan

Be able to remain with other program participants and staff in a safe and healthy way

Communicate absences/changes to schedule, feedback on supports, and participant experience

Communicate support plan to Site & Inclusion Staff

Have fun!

Important Notes and Contact Information Inclusion Services can be reached at 971-284-5060.

For ADA requests and questions please contact 503-307-4131. Please allow at least two working days for a sign language interpreter request.

Personal care is provided in activities for individuals up to the age of 12.

If you are requesting an ADA Accommodation in Aquatics, please contact the pool where you are registering for programs.

Register at portlandparks.org

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DROP-IN

MONTHLY DANCE

ages 16 - adult

Location Mt Scott Community Ctr 5530 SE 72nd (four blocks south of Foster Blvd.)

Bus #10 and #14 Cost $7 Day/Time 1st Friday of the month 7:00pm-9:00pm Dates April 5 - DJ Tom May 3 - DJ Tom June 7 - DJ Tom July 5 - Live band August 2 - DJ Tom September 6 - DJ Tom

Senior / Adaptive Swim

Come join us for Senior/Adaptive Swim! You can use our warm water pool to swim laps, do your own exercises, walk with or against the current channel and use the whirl pool spa. It’s a great time to meet others and have a quiet time to exercise. All adults and seniors are welcome with paid admission. Not available on school days. 1 Lane Leisure Pool. Pool supporting multiple programs. Location East Portland Community Center 740 SE 106th Ave Day/Time Spring Term April 2 - June 14 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 1:00pm-2:00pm Summer Term June 19 - August 23 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:30am-11:30am Limited space and sharing the pool with other programs. August 26 - September 27 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 1:00pm-2:00pm 4

Have fun dancing to a DJ or a band. Socialize with friends, both new and old. Refreshments are provided. Cost for Participants is $7. Facility staff and parents get in free, but donations are kindly accepted to help with the cost. Group and Foster home staff must stay to assist their participants in the dance unless prior arrangements have been made with AIR by calling 503-823-2883. Due to the large number of participants who attend the dance, AIR staff are only able to supervise participants who are in the auditorium, social room, or hallway of the center. Staff are unable to aid participants who need close supervision.

Bowling For Fun ages 12 - adult

Have fun with your friends while knocking down pins. Beginners to advanced bowlers are welcome. Bring $6 for one game or $12 for two. To accommodate blowers who wish to play every week and don’t want to hassle with bringing money each time, we offer a 20game punch card for $120, contact AIR 503-823-2883. Shoes are included in the price. Pre-registration in not required. Adaptive bowling equipment is available. Location King Pin, 3550 SE 92nd Ave Day/Time Wednesday, 3:00pm-4:30pm Dates January 2 - March 27 Cost $6 per game Portland Parks & Recreation


ages 12 - 21

TEEN SOCIAL SAMPLER Do you love to dance, make craft projects, learn to cook small treats, or play games? If so, join us the first Thursday of the month to have fun and hang out with friends new and old. Instructor Anna Harvey and Acsa Lopez Location Mt Scott Community Ctr 5530 SE 72nd

(four blocks south of Foster Blvd.)

Bus #10 and #14 Day/Time 1st Thursday of the month 5:30pm-6:30pm Cost $8

Dance Moves and Karaoke!

Come listen to music, have a root beer float and dance with friends. 1105471 April 4

Pizza Party!

We will have the supplies! Bring your appetite! Choose the toppings of your choice to build your own Pizza‌ 1105472 May 2

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Spring Fling!

Games and prizes galore, tons of fun and lots of friends at a mini-carnival. 1105473 June 6

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ADAPTIVE CAMPS Adaptive Skateboarding Beginner – Get On Board No skate experience, no problem! Boards will roll in this introductory camp designed to support skaters with special needs. Visual schedules, social-emotional learning, and pivotal response training techniques will be used to teach safety skills, basic board control and proper balance. Instruction will cover the mechanics of a skateboard, how to properly wear safety gear, and how to fall without injury. Participants will make new muscle memories while sharpening independent and attending life skills! Skateboards, helmets, and pads provided. Location Mt Scott Roller Rink 5530 SE 72 Day/Time Monday-Friday, 1:30pm-4:30pm Dates June 24-28 Cost $78 Course 1106050 Dates July 15-19 Cost $78 Course 1106068 Prerequisites: none. Bring: Water bottle, (1) snack, and closed toe shoes.

Location Gateway Discovery Park 10520 NE Halsey st Day/Time Monday - Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm Dates August 12-16 Cost $78 Course 1106431 Prerequisites: none. Bring: Water bottle, (1) snack, backpack, sunscreen, and closed toe shoes.

Skateboarding Camp! ages 7-11

Adult Camp! Adult Explorer

ages 18 and up

A fun week geared for adults to experience the outdoors firsthand. This week, we will be exploring Sunrise Park, Ridgefield wildlife Refuge, Whitaker ponds, Fish Hatchery and an alpaca farm. Be active, have fun and enjoy the outdoors. Instructor Rich Riess Location East Portland Community Center 740 SE 106th, Meet in the Lobby. Day/Time Monday - Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm Dates July 22-26 Cost $190 Course 1103917 Bring: Water bottle, lunch, (2) snacks, backpack, sunscreen, and closed toe shoes. 6

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Teen Explorer Camp

Sneak among the trees, peer into woodland homes, stumble upon wild berries and nurture a sense of wonder! Experience the outdoors firsthand through hiking, ecology, games, hands-on activities, nature play and forest crafts. Be active, have fun and learn about nature with a diverse staff! Each day and each week, we will be exploring different locations. Instructor Rich Riess Location East Portland Community Center 740 SE 106th Day/Time Monday - Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm Dates July 8-12 Cost $190 Course 1103913 Dates August 5-9 Cost $190 Course 1103916

Teen Camps! ages 13-23

To register, please call Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation at 503-823-2883.

Teen Destination Week

Spend the week exploring fun, cool activities in the Portland area. These trips will range from Putt Putt Golf, swimming and rollerskating to train rides. Each day of each week, we will be going to different places around town. The cost of these activities is included in the price of this camp. Instructor Rich Riess Location East Portland Community Center 740 SE 106th Day/Time Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm Dates July 15-19 Cost $225 Course 1103918 Dates August 12-16 Cost $225 Course 1103921

Check-In: 8:45am -9:00am meet in EPCC lobby Check-Out: 3:30pm -3:45pm meet in EPCC Lobby Bring: Water bottle, lunch, (2) snacks, backpack, sunscreen, and closed toe shoes.

Refund Policy for Camps

If you need to withdraw from a camp, a partial refund will only be issued if notice is given the Wednesday prior to the camp start date, by 5pm. Refunds will not be given for withdraws after the Wednesday prior to the camp start date, by 5pm. A withdraw fee will be applied to each withdraw, totaling $15 for camps less than $199 and $25 for camps over $200. Prepaid materials, including admission and transportation for field trips, will not be refunded for withdraws taking place less than five (5) business days (M-F) in advance of the camp start date. Register at portlandparks.org

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TEEN AND ADULT CLASSES MONDAYS

TUESDAYS For the Fun of It: Zumba ages 16 and up

Creative Arts ages 16 and up

Explore your inner artist with activities such as drawing, painting and clay art! Experience the joy of creativity while working alongside peers and exchange project ideas. Instructor Anna Harvey and Irena Lukasiewicz Location Mt Tabor Middle School, 5800 SE Ash St Day/Time Mondays, 6:00pm-7:30pm Session A Dates April 1-29 No class April 8 Cost $49 Course 1102108 Session B Dates May 6 - June 3 No class May 27 Cost $49 Course 1105476

Participants will learn various movements, activities, and exercise routines to build confidence, joy, and understanding around healthy and fitness. This is a great opportunity to get moving and hang out with friends while having a lot of FUN! Instructor Paula Birt Location Mt Tabor Middle School – Large Gym 5800 SE Ash St Day/Time Tuesdays, 5:30pm-6:30pm Session A Dates April 2-30 Cost $40 Course 1105474 Session B Dates May 7 - June 4 Cost $40 Course 1105475

WEDNESDAYS Cooking with Friends ages 16 and up

One-part food and two parts friends are the perfect recipe for a good tasting and a fun evening! Gain confidence and cooperated skills while discovering new recipes and preparing a wonderful meal to share. You will be creating your own recipe book to take home with you at the end! Relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Instructor Mary Munoz Encinas Location Alice Ott Middle School, 12500 SE Ramona Day/Time Wednesdays, 6:00pm-7:00pm Session A Dates April 3 - May 1 Cost $61 Course 1105801 Session B Dates May 15 - June 5 Cost $49 Course 1105802

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WEDNESDAYS Self-Defense ages 18 and up

This class is designed for people with disabilities. This instructor is a long-time instructor for Safety Zone, with the Portland Police bureau. Have fun while learning personal safety through both hands on and role-playing. Learn simple ways to defend yourself. What to wear: Loose clothing to be able to move about in and tennis shoes. Class Size limited up to 6 people. Instructor John Hurlman Location Mt Tabor Middle School, 5800 SE Ash Day/Time Wednesdays, 6:00pm-7:00pm Session A Dates April 3 - May 1 Cost $42 Course 1105776 Session B Dates May 8 - June 5 Cost $42 Course 1105778

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

For the Fun of It – Weight Room ages 18 and up

Join our health and fitness crew as we play games, explore exercise routines, and learn about keeping our bodies strong and healthy! This is a great opportunity to get moving and hang out with friends while having a lot of FUN! This class is designed for people with a disability. Instructor John Hurlman Location East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106th Day/Time Thursdays, 5:30pm-6:30pm Session A Dates April 4 - May 2 Cost $40 Course 1105477 Session B Dates May 9 - June 6 Cost $40 Course 1105478

Drum Circle Feel the Beat! ages 16 and up

Be creative and stomp your feet. Discover drumming methods and making up beats on the spot. Appreciate the role rhythm plays and explore drumming together. Catch the rhythm and hear the beat! We meet 2nd Thursday of the month! Instructor Lucy Nelson Location Peninsula Park Community Center, 700 N Rosa Parks Way Day/Time Thursdays, 5:30pm-6:30pm Dates April 11, May 9, June 13 Cost $24 Course 1105479 Register at portlandparks.org

Bingo ages 13 and up

Come join us for a fun night of bingo and making new friends. Shout out loud B I N G O, when you have 5 in a row, up, down, across or diagonal, and win a prize. Register your family and friends to join us. To be held the 2nd Friday of each month. Register for 1 class or all 3 bingo days! Instructor Anna Harvey Location Mt Scott Community Center, 5530 SE 72nd Day/Time 2nd Friday of the month, 7:00pm-8:30pm Date April 12 Cost $14 Course 1105798 Date May 10 Cost $14 Course 1105799 Date June 14 Cost $14 Course 1105800

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SOCIAL SAMPLER Instructor Anna Harvey and Acsa Lopez Location Matt Dishman Community Ctr 77 NE Knott Craft Room (2 blocks west of MLK) Bus #4 and #40

Add some flair to your life! Choose the date and we'll provide the

good times! Develop new leisure and recreation skills while socializing with friends new and old in a variety of activities from crafts to cooking. Get off the couch and discover your hidden talent!

Day/Time Monday, 3:00pm -4:30pm Cost Resident $11

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Creepy Crawly Bingo! Spring is here, and bugs are out… let’s play Creepy Crawly Bingo! Get 5-in a row- up and down, across or diagonally and win a prize! It’s Wildflower Week! Join us for some colorful fun with flower crafts! Try a fun, new treat… DIRT CAKE!

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April 15

Celebrate Lawn and Garden Month! Let’s get our hands dirty and do some planting! Decorate a pot and plant some seeds or a flower while visiting with friends.

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April 22

Try a Tasty New Treat… Strawberry Raspberry Soda – it’s like drinking strawberry shortcake from a glass! Join friends for a sweet treat and a day of jokes and chatting!

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May 6

National Photograph Month! Come make a photo collage with friends. We will have pictures from AIR trips and activities available, magazines to cut pictures from, or bring your own photographs to use. Make your own Ice Cream Sundaes! Join friends for a sweet treat. Choose the toppings of your choice to build your own ice cream sundae… Then get crafty and make an ice cream craft to take home.

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June 3

Beads, Beads and more Beads! A day of beading. We’ll have supplies for designing and creating bracelets, necklaces, and hanging ornaments. Spring Fling! Games and prizes galore, tons of fun and lots of friends at a mini-carnival. Summer Kick Off! Game Day and Root Beer Floats! Let’s play cards, dice, matching games or old favorites like Uno and SkipBo.

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End of the Summer Social! Come reconnect with friends you haven’t seen all summer. Have a snack and chat about your summer adventures over a glass of iced tea or lemonade. Bring your pictures from this summer. We will be bringing some that parks have taken too! Pizza Party! We will have the supplies! Bring your appetite! Choose the toppings of your choice to build your own pizza… Rock Painting! Join the new craze of rock painting! See where your imagination can take you! We will have the rocks and the paints! Let’s be creative!


Summer Summerand registration registration and outdoor pool rental outdoor pool rental requests begin requests begin May 6. May 6.

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Adult Explorer Camp

July 22-26

A fun week geared for adults to experience the outdoors firsthand. See page 6

FRIENDS, FOOD, AND FUN

Chick Fil A 12520 SE 93rd Ave Clackamas Date April 16 Course 1105938 Ohana (Hawaiian Foods) 6320 NE Sandy Blvd Date May 21 Course 1105939

Bridge City 620 SE 122 Date June 18 Course 1105940 Happy Valley Station (Food Carts) 135551 SE 145 Date July 16 Course 1105941

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Friends, Food and Fun

Feast royally on theme cuisine around town with delicious dishes from appetizer to dessert. Expand your knowledge of cultures and tastes in a social setting. Bring $25 to cover the cost of your meal and tip. Instructor Anna Harvey and Jessica Sterling Day/Time 3rd Tuesday of the month 4:30pm-6:00pm Cost $20 Busters BBQ 1355 NE Burnside Gresham Date August 20 Course 1105942 Rainbow Dragon 12840 SE Stark Date September 17 Course 1105943

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ADULT TRIPS

Portland Parks & Recreation offers a Day Support Activities program for participants 50+ with Intellectual Disabilities. Make new friends through integration, social interaction, leisure activities, volunteering and community outings.

ages 18 and up

SPRING TRIPS April 6 Dinner Dance April 13 35th Annual Tulip Festival April 20 Fused Glass Fun! April 27 Rocks, Minerals, Oh My! May 4 Guide Dog for the Blind May 11 Lincoln City Outlet Mall May 18 Wolf Haven May 25 Chehalis-Centralia Railroad June 1 VW Bug Rally June 8 Rose Festival Parade June 15 Lunch at Seaside June 22 Columbia George Sternwheeler June 25 Bingo – Meet Us There June 29 Take Me Out To The Ball Game

$31 $46 $34 $38 $40 $51 $65 $71 $38 $58 $51 $73 $10 $58

Withdrawals and Refunds

Monday-Friday 8:30am-1:30pm For more information, please contact Dawn Hubbard 971-284-1867. 12

Please notify us at least five (5) days, unless otherwise specified, before the start of your program so that we can refund or credit your account for the registration fee. Prepaid materials and admission tickets cannot be refunded. Participants needing to withdraw after the program has begun are offered a prorated credit or refund based upon when the request is made.

Refund Request – Time Frame Requirements

1st day of activity Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Latest time of notification Prior Monday at noon Prior Thursday at noon Prior Wednesday at noon Prior Thursday at noon Prior Friday at noon Prior Monday at noon Prior Monday at noon

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Dinner Dancing

Let's Party! Dance the night away and meet new people and dance at Vancouver Park & Recreation, Access to Recreation Dance. Dine out and enjoy dinner before moving to the music! Bring $8 for admission into the dance and dinner. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 4:00pm-7:45pm Date April 6 Cost $31 Course 1106379

Sign up for THREE community outings from pages 13 to 16 on February 25. Call back on March 6 to register for more! Participants must be able to stay with the group. Trip Leader Richard Riess LOCATION Van trips departure Location East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106

Fused Glass Fun

35th Annual Tulip Festival

Explore a 40-acre sea of color wandering fields of daffodils and tulips where cut flower displays, hanging baskets and bright fuchsias herald spring. The festival has a county fair feel and offers hay rides, gift shop, a tulip market, and more. After the festival, relax, and enjoy your lunch at the Country Cottage for some home cooked meal. Bring $20 for lunch, $6 for train ride and optional $5 for bouquet of tulips. Mobility Rating: This trip is nonaccessible. Day/Time Saturday, 9:00am-3:45pm Date April 13 Cost $46 Course 1106382 Register at portlandparks.org

Be creative and try your hand at designing your own fused glass. Choose your colors of glass and lay out a pattern you like. Bring $35 cash to cover the cost for your glass piece and $15 at Panda Express. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 9:00am-2:00pm Date April 20 Cost $34 Course 1106383

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ages 18 and up

ADULT TRIPS

Sign up for THREE community outings from pages 13 to 16 on February 25. Call back on March 6 to register for more! Participants must be able to stay with the group. Trip Leader Richard Riess LOCATION Van trips departure Location East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106

Rocks, Minerals, Oh My!

Rocks and minerals are an important part of the earth. The extensive collection includes world-class varieties of quartz, rare, gemquality crystals of emerald, ruby, aquamarine, amethyst, and more, as well as extraordinary lapidary works, thunder eggs, fossils and more. Bring $12 for admission and $20 for lunch at Cruise-In diner. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 9:00am -3:00pm Date April 27 Cost $38 Course 1106384

Guide Dog for the Blind

Attend a graduation ceremony at Guide Dogs for the Blind and tour the campus. Watch as the congratulate the efforts of students and their dogs over their past weeks in class. Puppy raisers say goodbye to their graduating dogs, and the graduating class bid farewell to return to their new homes and families. This trip you must be able to sit quietly for 60 minutes during the graduation ceremony. Bring $20 for lunch at Sparky’s Pizza. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 9:00am-4:30pm Date May 4 Cost $40 Course 1106386 14

Lincoln City Outlet Mall

Shop 'till we drop! Join us for a fun day of shopping at the outlet mall in Lincoln City on the Oregon coast. Find reduced prices on great items or just stroll in the mall and check out the fashion trends of the season! If time allows it we will stop off for at the beach for a few minutes! Bring $20 for lunch at Subway and spending money for shopping. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 8:30am-5:30pm Date May 11 Cost $58 Course 1106388

Wolf Haven

The sanctuary in Tenino, WA has provided rescue for displaced, captive-born wolves, a few coyotes, foxes and wolf-dog hybrids. They promote wolf restoration and educate the public about the value of all wildlife. Tour the outdoor animal living areas and grounds. This is a 1 hour walking tour on hard packed gravel, followed by an indoor movie "World of Wolves". Bring a snack, $15 for lunch at Subway. Trip fees includes admission. Dress for weather. Mobility Rating: This trip is not wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 9:00am-5:45pm Date May 18 Cost $67 Course 1106389

Scholarships City of Portland residents, regardless of age, who require financial assistance can apply for partial scholarships. Contact individual centers for information.


To register for classes and trips call

503-823-2883

Rose Festival Parade

Everyone loves a parade! Experience the pageantry, beauty and excitement watching from our reserved seats inside the Memorial Coliseum. Chehalis-Centralia Railroad Share the thrill of the parade with new friends Gaze at the scenery as the nine-mile, as we over lunch afterwards. Trip cost includes the journey back in time. The Chehalis-Centralia admission into the parade. Bring $20 for lunch at is one of the few remaining steam-powered Burgerville and spending money. passenger railroads in Washington state. Our Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair trek winds through the scenic upper Chehalis accessible. River valley, crossing over several wooden Day/Time trestles and passing many historic farms. Cost of trip includes the train ride. Bring 25 for lunch Saturday, 8:00am-2:30pm at Country Cousins and an afternoon snack and Date June 8 Cost $58 Course 1106392 a bottle of water. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair Lunch at Seaside accessible. Explore the Oregon coast and have lunch at Day/Time a Futano's Pizza. Shop at stores and stroll the Saturday, 8:30am -5:00pm accessible boardwalk. Enjoy the view of the Pacific Date May 25 Ocean. Bring $20 for lunch, $5 for ice cream and Cost $71 Course 1106390 any spending money for shopping. We will be doing a lot of walking on this excursion. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. We are offering 2 trips on the same day just different times! Trip 1 Day/Time Saturday, 8:30am-4:30pm Date June 15 Cost $51 Course 1106393 Trip 2 VW Bug Rally Day/Time New trip!! Join us as we explore the Woodburn Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm drag strip VW Bug rally. Walk around checking Date June 15 out all the souped up cars. Then feel the roar Cost $51 Course 1106394 under your feet as they race down the drag strip to the finish line. Bring $15 admission and $25 for Lunch at Country Cousins. Mobility Rating: This trip is not wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 8:45am-3:15pm Date June 1 Cost $38 Course 1106391

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ages 18 and up

ADULT TRIPS

Sign up for THREE community outings from pages 13 to 16 on February 25. Call back on March 6 to register for more! Participants must be able to stay with the group. Trip Leader Richard Riess LOCATION Van trips departure Location East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106

Columbia George Sternwheeler

Board from Marine Park at Cascade Locks, in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Enjoy a 2-hour riverboat cruise on an authentic triple-deck paddle wheeler, providing 360 degrees of breathtaking vistas. Step on board for a unique afternoon on the river. Cost of trip includes cruise. Bring $20 for lunch on the ship and $5 for ice cream afterwards. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 10:45am-5:15pm Date June 22 Cost $73 Course 1106395

Withdrawals and Refunds Please notify us at least five (5) days, unless otherwise specified, before the start of your program so that we can refund or credit your account for the registration fee. Prepaid materials and admission tickets cannot be refunded. Participants needing to withdraw after the program has begun are offered a prorated credit or refund based upon when the request is made.

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Bingo In The Park – Meet Us There!

Meet us at Gateway Discovery Park for an allinclusive afternoon of fun! Bring your lunch, or buy something from the food carts. We will be playing Bingo while meeting new friends and visiting with old ones all while trying to win prizes! Bingo is from 1:00pm to 3:00pm Mobility Rating: This outing is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Tuesday, 12:30pm-3:30pm Date June 25 Cost Free Course 1106396

Take Me Out To The Ball Game

Hillsboro Hops Baseball Game - Come join us to cheer on the Hillsboro Hops while they take on the Eugene Emeralds. Hillsboro/Portland’s Minor league baseball team. Cost of trip includes the admission. Bring $20 for dinner at the ballgame. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Day/Time Saturday, 3:30pm-11:15pm Date June 29 Cost $58 Course 1106397

Refund Request - Time Frame Requirements 1st day of activity Latest time of notification Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Prior Monday at noon Prior Thursday at noon Prior Wednesday at noon Prior Thursday at noon Prior Friday at noon Prior Monday at noon Prior Monday at noon

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I have worked for parks for the past 15 years, either with Senior Recreation or Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation. I have been in this field working with people with disabilities for over 35 years! In my spare time I like spending time with my kids and grandbaby, traveling with my hubby and scrapbooking.

Jane Doyle Recreation Coordinator ll 503-307-4131

I started working with PP&R – Senior Center Project, part time in May of 2005. April 2015, I became the Coordinator l of the Senior Center Project. I love camping, traveling and vacations with my family.

Dawn Hubbard Recreation Coordinator l 971-284-1867 Register at portlandparks.org

It has been about six months since I started working for PP&R. My favorite aspect of the job is supporting the amazing programs and activities made available for individuals of our community. I enjoy going to Timbers games, hiking with my dog, and stand up paddleboarding the lakes and rivers of the Pacific Northwest.

Jimmy Lorang Recreation Coordinator l 971-801-4121

I joined PP&R about four years ago, supporting in the Inclusion Services Program. I enjoy the opportunity to support families and get to know the communities around Portland. In my free time, I love playing music, spending time in the Gorge and petting all the dogs I can find.

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Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) - Spring 2019  

The Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) program offers community-based recreation activities and leisure services specially designed for...

Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) - Spring 2019  

The Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) program offers community-based recreation activities and leisure services specially designed for...