The City of Gary’s Legacy Foundations Neighborhood Spotlight Miller, Glen Ryan, Gary’s Downtown-Emerson, NWI Hobart, and Griffith will be recognized throughout the region for raising awareness and increasing participation in outdoors adaptive recreational activities.
Aging and disability impact everyone. When applying Universal Design Principles for persons with disabilities it benefits everyone. It is strongly recommended that Universal Design Principles be considered whenever and wherever possible, for the benefit of each and all. From the stages of conception through its execution: Infrastructure, transportation, the environment; the development of programs and services when implemented need to be with all in mind.
On Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
New resources and opportunities typically not seen or not readily available will be introduced to community attendees of different abilities that allow for a fun, creative outdoors experience. Staging will take place primarily at Ralph-Wilco on Miller St. and Grand (6300 Miller St.), ADA Launch at Calumet Lagoon and the Paul H. Douglas Center for Environmental Education at 100 Lake Street.