Each fall and spring semester, Northeast Passage uses UNH’s Hamel Recreation Center in Durham, NH to offer a variety of wheelchair sports. From quad rugby, basketball, lacrosse and Capture the Flag, Northeast Passage creates a smorgasbord of sports for UNH students (with and without disabilities) and the general public to be involved in. Currently, this program is offered every other Wednesday evening for six weeks each semester.
Northeast Passage provides sports chairs and there is no fee for this event.
Northeast Passage frequently offers Paralympic Boccia clinics at various locations around New Hampshire. Adaptive Indoor Boccia is very similar to Outdoor Bocce with a few modifications. It is a non-contact, target-driven sport that uses leather balls and is played on an indoor court. Adaptive ramps and ball release aids may be used. It can be played by all ages and abilities.
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Private instruction is available upon request/availability. Call Northeast Passage (603-862-0070) if you are interested in a private lesson or equipment demo.
I went to Court Sports last Wednesday night and had more fun than I have had in a long time. Your staff greeted me like an old friend and it was so awesome to be able to play sports again.