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  • Adaptive Dragon Boat Teams - Home of Team Blue!  Now Forming All Teams for 2016 Denver • Chicago • Milwaukee  Adaptive Adventures Dragon Boat Teams have been growing in size and success for the past several years.  Last year, our Denver based team finished in the top 5 out of 100 teams.  Much of our competiton with years more experience, and no disabilities present, but none with more heart and drive than Team Blue! Our Chicago based Wounded Warrior Team also faired well, medalling in the Chicago International Dragon Boat Fesitval and USA Dragonboat National Club Championships for the 2nd out of 3 years at the event. Our newest team, based in Racine also medaled in this national competition. We provide the instruction, gear, boat, plenty of enthusiasm, and a community of participants and volunteers to create a team like no other. REGISTER NOW to JOIN our Team! 
  • 07/12/16 Volunteers of all abilities will be gladly welcomed for this event.  This overnight camping experience will provide an opportunity for disabled Veterans to waterski, wakeboard, kayak, paddleboard, cycle and enjoy the camaraderie of a remote adventure experience in beautiful Wood County, Wisconsin.      This trip is a Northern Wisconsin deep woods experience; all Veterans will be screened to ensure they are willing to participate in camping as part of the experience.  Camping accommodations will be utilized throughout the duration of this overnight trip.  All essential camping equipment will be provided (if needed) including tents, sleeping bags, air mattress, cooking equipment, and portable toilets or rustic toilets (we actually have a restroom facility close to our campsite).  Community style meals will be prepared and participants will be engaged in health and nutrition education as a component of the meal preparation process.  Nutritious meals, plus snacks will be available each day. WHO: Any Veteran with a disability.  By registering for this event, you are entering your name for consideration to be included in this opportunity. COST: Thanks to the Veterans Administration, our major sponsor for helping us to honor and empower the men and women who've served our country, as well as a couple very gracious volunteers Keith and Cleora Costello, this event is offered free of charge for qualified Veterans.  The true cost of this experience is exceeds 600.00 per person, please be respectful of other Veterans when committing to this trip.    Tentative Schedule (subject to change) TUESDAY arrive between 9am-10am setup Camp lunch afternoon cycling dinner evening activities campfire WEDNESDAY breakfast water sports lunch cycling dinner evening activities campfire THURSDAY breakfast break camp cycling lunch water sports homeward bound   WHAT TO BRING Sleeping Bag - if you have one Tent - if you have one (we have plenty if you don't have your own) Weather appropriate clothes for evening/morning temperatures: long pants, long sleeved shirts, sweatshirt, windproof &/or waterproof pants/jacket Weather appropriate clothes for daytime temperatures on the river in Kayak:  shorts, t-shirt, swimsuit(?) Toilettries - there is a fully accessible bathroom with running water, flushable toilets, showers, mirrors & electrical outlets. No towels or air dryers within. Towels - hand towel, bath towel, beach towel, washcloth (if you use one) Bug Spray Sun protection Hiking shoes/boots Water shoes, sandals or something that would be okay to get wet Bug Spray (yes, I meant to say that twice!) Anything that you find enjoyable to relax with: book, music, cards, games, yard games, etc... CAMERA - gorgeous area!!! Bug Spray (I'm sorry, have I mentioned that already?!)
  • 07/30/16 Essential Details: Dates: July 30 - Aug 6th  Location:Lake Powell, Utah – Bullfrog Marina Participants: 10-12 participants Activities: Spend a week aboard Adaptive Adventures accessible houseboat while exploring Lake Powell. Specific activities include waterskiing/wakeboarding, kayaking, hiking, swimming, paddle boarding, evening campfires, and relaxation opportunities. The overall trip focus will utilize adventure recreation activities to promote fitness health and fun.
  • 07/12/16 Volunteers of all abilities will be gladly welcomed for this event. This overnight camping experience will provide an opportunity for Wounded Warriors to waterski, wakeboard, kayak, paddleboard, cycle and enjoy the camaraderie of a remote adventure experience in beautiful Wood County, Wisconsin.      This trip is a Northern Wisconsin deep woods experience; all WW Alumni will be screened to ensure they are willing to participate in camping as part of the experience.  Camping accommodations will be utilized throughout the duration of this overnight trip.  All essential camping equipment will be provided (if needed) including tents, sleeping bags, air mattress, cooking equipment, and portable toilets or rustic toilets (we actually have a restroom facility close to our campsite).  Community style meals will be prepared and participants will be engaged in health and nutrition education as a component of the meal preparation process.  Nutritious meals, plus snacks will be available each day. WHO: Any confirmed Wounded Warrior Alumni.  By registering for this event, you are entering your name for consideration to be included in this opportunity. COST: Thanks to our major sponsor Wounded Warrior Project for helping us to honor and empower our wounded warriors, as well as a couple very gracious volunteers Keith and Cleora Costello, this event is offered free of charge for qualified Wounded Warrior Alumni and adult guest/family member or caregiver.  The true cost of this experience is exceeds 600.00 per person, please be respectful of other Warriors when committing to this trip.    Tentative Schedule (subject to change) TUESDAY arrive between 9am-10am setup Camp lunch afternoon water sports dinner evening activities campfire WEDNESDAY breakfast cycling lunch water sports dinner evening activities campfire THURSDAY breakfast break camp water sports lunch cycling homeward bound   WHAT TO BRING Sleeping Bag - if you have one Tent - if you have one (we have plenty if you don't have your own) Weather appropriate clothes for evening/morning temperatures: long pants, long sleeved shirts, sweatshirt, windproof &/or waterproof pants/jacket Weather appropriate clothes for daytime temperatures on the river in Kayak:  shorts, t-shirt, swimsuit(?) Toilettries - there is a fully accessible bathroom with running water, flushable toilets, showers, mirrors & electrical outlets. No towels or air dryers within. Towels - hand towel, bath towel, beach towel, washcloth (if you use one) Bug Spray Sun protection Hiking shoes/boots Water shoes, sandals or something that would be okay to get wet Bug Spray (yes, I meant to say that twice!) Anything that you find enjoyable to relax with: book, music, cards, games, yard games, etc... CAMERA - gorgeous area!!! Bug Spray (I'm sorry, have I mentioned that already?!)
  • 07/10/16 Come join us in Steamboat Springs for our 9th annual water-ski and wakeboard camp for people with disabilities. The camp is staged on a beautiful mountain lake and offers water-skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, rafting, socializing, good food, and more!
  • 08/06/16    
  • 07/30/16 If you are a participant, register on this site location.    All volunteers, please go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f044cacaa28a3f85-colorado3 to choose an assignment for July 30.  All volunteers, please go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f044cacaa28a3f85-colorado2 to choose an assignment for July 31. 
  • 08/04/16 Join us for a great evening of Cycling, Climbing, Paddleboarding Kayaking, and Sailing
  • 08/29/16