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Adult Day Services

Adult Day Services:

Bowling


CHIRS Five Pin Bowling incorporates the social components of the sport while providing individuals with the opportunity to work on progressive skill development. Bowling alleys are wheelchair accessible and the game is adapted to meet the needs of those with physical and cognitive difficulties. Adaptive aids include ball ramps and lane bumpers as opposed to gutters, allowing individuals with physical challenges to enjoy the game.

When: Fridays, 1:30pm - 3:30pm / Wednesday, 2pm - 4pm
Where: O'Connor & St. Clair / Kipling & Rexdale
Classification: Out In the Community, East End, Registration Required, Health And Wellness, Sports, Low Impact Activity, West End

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