Specialized Recreation
Summer 2017 Activity Guide

Trip Outings Fall 2017


Cedar Cove Feline Conservatory

Date: Sat., October 21st, 2:30-5:30pm $25 • $20MDR


Price includes admission and a Sonic drink for the ride home.

Movie at SPJCC

Date: Fri., November 17th, 7:00-9:00pm $15 • $10MDR


Price includes movie (TBA), drinks and popcorn.

Holiday Crafting

Still need a gift for a special someone? Join us for Holiday Crafting to finish up your holiday gifts! We’ll have some exciting craft options such as: making holiday cards, ornaments, and bird feeders.

Date: Sat., December 16: 5:00-8:00pm   $35 • $30MDR


Price includes crafts and dinner.


MP Fitness

Fun and interactive 45-minute program that is a safe and effective high & low-impact exercise class created for the Mission Project participants, but open to everyone. This non-intimidating fitness class takes you through a variety of cardio, toning, and stretching exercises designed to keep you healthy and feeling great! Instructor: Liz Burch

WED: 5:45-6:30pm ($6 Pit-Stop)

 9/6-9/27 $25 • $20MDR
 10/4-10/27 $25 • $20MDR
 11/1-11/15 $20 • $15MDR
 11/29-12/20 $25 • $20MDR

MP Karate

This karate class has been created to offer participants with special needs a format of karate that allows for a special system of belts and more individualized training. Senseis Brad Courtney, Tyler Murphy and Sidney Thompson

WED: 7:00-8:00pm ($8 Pit-Stop)

 9/6-9/27 $25 • $20MDR
 $25 • $20MDR
 11/1-11/15 $20 • $15MDR
 11/29-12/20 $25 • $20MDR

What is the Mission Project?  

The Mission Project enables capable adults with developmental or cognitive disabilities to live independently and safely in the community with minimal support. The program is based in Mission, Kansas, because it’s a well-run community that has jobs, services, entertainment and a community center within walking distance of apartment complexes. Mission Project participants live full lives in a supportive community. They have numerous opportunities for growth and development, including: finding and maintaining meaningful employment; socializing with peers; learning new skills in a variety of classes, including acting, karate and computer use; participating in recreational and cultural activities; getting and staying fit and developing healthy, safe lifestyles; developing leadership skills and giving back to their community. For more information, please visit www.themissionproject.org.

MP Trip Outings Fall 2016
MP Trip Outings Fall 2016
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