The Missouri City Parks and Recreation Department is excited to offer programs and events that encourage active participation for youth and adults with varying levels of disabilities or limitations. Our goal is to provide a safe space that will promote socialization, wellness education, and most importantly FUN! Complete an Adaptive Recreation Participation Form to get started! Check out the programs that we are currently offering:
When: Second Saturday of the month, 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Recreation & Tennis Center Fees: $7 || Register here, or call 281-403-8637
In an encouraging and structured environment, participants will engage in various musical exercises that emphasize listening, coordination, peer support, self-expression, self-empowerment, and non-verbal communication. Classes are led by an instructor from Nameless Sound Music.
When: November 11 and December 9, 5:00 pm Location: Recreation & Tennis Center Fees: $5
These Adapted Recreation Volleyball Workshops provide an opportunity for those who, due to their physical and/or developmental abilities, are working on foundational motor skills and developing friendships.
Competitive Special Olympics and FUNdamental Sports will begin regular, weekly classes starting in January.
When: Second and Fourth Thursdays of the month, 4:30 - 6:00 pm Location: Recreation & Tennis Center Cost: $5
Explore your senses as you learn about caretaking in the natural world in our Sensory Garden and then head inside for some exciting rounds of Bingo! Fun prizes and light snacks will be provided.
Social Gatherings Twice a year Location TBD Cost: $15
Grab a friend and put on your dancing shoes! Twice a year we will come together for a themed party with music, a meal, and raffle prizes or games.
When: Open Location: Recreation & Tennis Center Fees: FREE
Explore your senses as you learn about caretaking in the natural world. Participants will assist with maintaining our brand new Sensory Garden, which includes three ADA-compliant raised garden beds, that are filled with plants and features that appeal to all five senses. We will also occasionally be working on small nature projects and learning from experts in the field.