Play Goalball and Be a Part of the ParticipACTION 150 Play List at our Calgary Goalball Tournament this weekend!
The ParticipACTION 150 Play List was created by Canadians for Canadians! Including 150 physical activities that make us uniquely Canadian, the Play List is a challenge to all Canadians to see how many different activities they can complete. (more…)
ASRAB and ACPSA are proud to announce a 6 week fall soccer program at Vivo! Come and experience soccer adapted specifically for children and adults with visual impairments. Parents are strongly encouraged to stay and cheer on ASRAB members!
Where: Vivo located at 11950 Country Village Link NE, Calgary, AB T3K 6E3 in the blue gym.
Volunteerism is an amazing way to network, gain experience, and make a difference in the community. Do you have a few free hours in the evening and on the weekends? ASRAB is looking for some volunteers to keep programs running! You could be a part of it! ASRAB has some amazing volunteer opportunities for people who are positive, energetic and want to make a difference in our members lives. Please find the details of the programs below that are in need of volunteers:
ASRAB is pleased to be hosting the 2017 Calgary CanAm Tournament – November 3-5, 2017.
In conjunction with this tournament, ASRAB will run the new Canadian Blind Sports (CBSA) Officiating Course – an entry level course for aspiring referees.
Are you interested in trying out hockey?
Consider joining the SeeHawks team!
There are 15 practices set up for the 2017/18 season.
Are you interested in trying out goalball?
Players must wear opaque eyeshades at all times ensuring fair competition.
Teams are made up of six players, with three members playing at any one time.
One of the first things people tell us when they visit Rock Jungle Fitness is “wow, it’s big!” With over 12,000 vertical square feet of walls here in the Jungle there’s always space to climb.
We have two floors of dedicated bouldering walls, 33 top rope belay stations, and a dedicated lead climbing area.
But, all that space doesn’t mean a thing if it’s just the same old routes to climb.