At Rec Well, we have a vision to build a movement of healthy habits through inclusion, education, innovation, and connection. During Badgers Adapt, we provide opportunities to learn about inclusive and adaptive sports. We’re also excited to partner with campus and local organizations to share how adaptive sports positively impact our community and outline ways to get involved.
Students, Rec Well members, and the Madison community of all ages are all welcome at this year’s event.
Bonus: the first 100 participants will receive a free reusable water bottle! A variety of prizes will be available throughout the event.
Date & Time
Saturday, November 12, 1 – 4pm
Nicholas Recreation Center, Courts 1 & 2
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Educational Panel: 1:15-1:45pm
Join us for an interactive panel discussion with Mark Graser, Kramer Endres, Annie Mulligan, and Dean Garfoot- local community and campus experts in the field of unified/adaptive sports. They will share best practices and answer questions from the audience.
Unified Cornhole Tournament Starts: 2:30pm
Watch local athletes compete in a Wisconsin favorite – Cornhole. Cheer on your favorite team and maybe even pick up a few pointers on your technique.
Drop-in Adaptive Sports, Games, and Prizes: 1 - 4pm
Try your hand at some adaptive sports and expand your athletic skill sets as you experience games from a new perspective. You’ll also win a chance to take home a prize or two as well!
We are committed to offering inclusive and accessible programs. If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in one of our programs, attend an event, or use our facilities, please contact us at (608) 262-0297 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All reasonable accommodation requests should be made at least 10 business days in advance. We will attempt to fulfill requests made after this date but cannot guarantee they will be met.