ASRAB – Edmonton January Programs

KarateASRAB Edmonton Upcoming Programs

Karate – Try it!
Ski for Light
Blind Hockey

Karate – Try it!

ASRAB is excited to invite you to learn and practice the Martial art of Karate.

New to Karate? No problem, no experience is necessary! Karate is the unarmed combat sport using the hands and feet and is widely practiced as a sport. Karate is performed barefoot in loose padded clothing, with a colored belt indicating the level of skill, and involves mental as well as physical training.

Ages: All ages

Where: Abbottsfield Recreation Centre

3006 119 Ave, Edmonton, Ab T5W 4T4

Time: Fridays 7:30-8:30pm

Upcoming Dates:

January: 26th

February: 2nd & 9th

Cost: Free for members.

Details: Please come with sweatpants and an athletic shirt (no jeans). If your hair is long, please have it up in a ponytail or bun.

Registration: Please register by following this link. If you have any questions, please contact

Youth and Recreation Goalball

Come play goalball with us!

ASRAB is excited to invite you to learn and play goalball!

Come and try the Paralympic sport of goalball! Goalball is played on a volleyball sized court with tactile tape, an audible ball, and eye shades.

Discover how to play and develop some new skills!

All abilities are welcome. All equipment is provided. All you need to do is show up and have fun!

Cost: Free for members

Where: Abbottsfield Recreation Centre

3006 119 Ave, Edmonton, Ab T5W 4T4

Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Upcoming Dates:

January: 14th, 21st, & 28th

February: 4th, 18th, & 25th

March: 3rd, 7th, 14th, & 24th

Registration: Please register by contacting

Programs Provided by Other Organizations

Ski for Light Canada

Ski for Light Canada’s mission is to host a welcoming and accessible annual event that provides an opportunity for blind and visually impaired adults to experience cross-country skiing in Canada.

Each winter, Ski for Light Canada hosts a week-long cross-country ski event in Western Canada. At the event, blind and visually impaired adults are paired for the week with a sighted cross-country skier who acts as a guide. The blind or visually impaired person skis in tracks groomed into the snow, while the guide skis in a parallel set of tracks. The guide provides directions, skiing tips, as well as support and encouragement. The event incorporates lots of skiing, fun and social opportunities!

When: January 22-28, 2024

Where: William Watson Lodge, Kananaskis Alberta

Registration: Please register by following this link.

Edmonton SeeHawks

Edmonton SeeHawks Blind Hockey are passionate advocates for the sport of Blind Hockey.

Their aim is to show that hockey knows no bounds, embracing players of all abilities. Most Sunday afternoons during the hockey season, they come together at the Downtown Community Arena, located at 10245 105 Avenue NW, just steps away from Roger’s Place.

For further information on the team and registration, please follow the link below:

Edmonton Seehawks

Membership Reminder

Please join ASRAB, to have access to sport and recreation programming for persons with visual impairment. Memberships are on a calendar year (January 1-December 31).

Membership fees:

$20.00 for Individuals [to a maximum of $40.00 per family]

We now have online forms that allow you to complete your membership online and use a credit card to make payment.

ASRAB Membership


ASRAB relies on support from community members like you to make adapted sport accessible and affordable to all Albertans with a visual impairment. Please donate today.

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