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Upcoming Events

The Cerebral Palsy Assocation of Manitoba holds several events throughout the year. Information on upcoming events are listed below. Please check back often for updates.

Challenger Baseball Registration Now Open!

“Challenger Baseball” is the baseball division that provides the opportunity to empower children, youth and adults with cognitive or physical disabilities while enjoying all the benefits of the fun sport of baseball “IN A LEAGUE, ON A TEAM, IN A UNIFORM” and to do so at their own pace and ability while having FUN!

The Challenger Baseball game is played in a safe, recreational environment where there are no strikes, no outs, no score to be kept and EVERYONE’S A WINNER!!! Each player will be provided with an able-bodied “Buddy” who are “mentors” and support the player’s involvement in the game, whether that be assisting players hold the bat and swing for a teed or pitched ball, pushing their wheelchair around the bases, providing on-field cues or providing protection from a batted ball! Each player is registered as a player in a conventional Baseball Manitoba local sanctioned league and are assigned a team, have a coach, be outfitted in a uniform and use the same equipment as typical baseball (with adaptations based on the player’s individual abilities)!!

Of course, just as in any other division, Team and Individual pictures are a must along with a party to finish the season AND a ceremony to receive that coveted team trophy!!! Last, but not least, smiles are plentiful and FREE! EVERYONE JUST HAS FUN, isn’t that what baseball is supposed to be about?

Challenger Baseball

Boccia for All
Thursday, June 14, 2018 @ 6:30PM - 8:00PM

For Who?

Intro to Boccia! Come out and play the game. All abilities welcome!


You are invited to an intro to Boccia a precision ball sport, similar to bocce. The sport is contested at local, national and international levels, by athletes with physical disabilities. It was originally designed to be played by people with cerebral palsy but now includes athletes with other various abilities. In 1984, it became a Paralympic sport, and in 2008 was being practised in over fifty countries worldwide.

When and Where?

• from 6:30pm to 8:00pm
• St. James Civic Centre
  2055 Ness Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3J 0Z2

For further details, please contact:

• David Kron at 204-982-4842 or davidk@cerebralpalsy.mb.ca

RSVP for each date individually to:

• Yvonne Kash at 204-258-6500 or yvonnek@rccinc.ca

Contact the CPAM office for more information on these events:

Phone: 204-982-4842 or 1-800-416-6166
Email: office@cerebralpalsy.mb.ca

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The Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals affected by Cerebral Palsy through programs, advocacy, education, and peer support.
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