Woo Hoo!! It's official, we have booked additional ice times at Gateway Recreation Complex on Sundays!!
Here is the schedule:
Sunday April 11, 18, 25 and May 2
Novice ice - 4:15-5:15pm
Intermediate ice - 5:30-6:30pm
Advanced ice - 6:45-7:45pm
Registration Fee: $ 80 cash or cheques made to Manitoba Possible can be brought to first time ice.
Due to the higher number of intermediate players – those who play in both the advanced level and intermediate level may be limited to only the advanced ice.
Gateway Recreation Complex is located at 1717 Gateway Rd and please note that Covid protocols are in place and can be found here: gatewayrec.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Gateway-Recreation-Centre-COVID-19-Protocol-Starting-March-8-2021.pdf
If you have any questions or would like to register, contact Jaylene Irwin at
Hello everyone, I strongly encourage those that are available this weekend, to register for the event below! ASCManitoba is shaping their organization to best fit and accommodate the community. Therefore any input from those that play adapted sports is very much appreciated and valued by the organization. Please click the link below to register for this weekends event!
Disabled People Talking: An Introduction of Accessible Sport Connection Manitoba's Strategic Plan to the Community
Saturday, February 13 @ 3pm
Click this Link to Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/disabled-people-talking-tickets-138318186419?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch
ASCManitoba spent the majority of 2020 meeting virtually and creating a Strategic Plan for our Organization. We would love an opportunity to share our vision with the community.
Join us on Saturday, February 13 at 3pm, to hear our Strategic Plan, meet members of our team and have an opportunity to ask us questions and share your thoughts about the future of Accessible Sport in Manitoba. If you require any adaptations to make this event accessible to you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you and connecting with friends, old and new.
Follow us @ascmanitoba on Facebook and Instagram to connect with us and for more information about this event
Hello everyone, Manitoba Possible received a grant from the Rogers Foundation. This gift is intended to provide support and assistance to persons and families living with disabilities who have been impacted by the ongoing COVID19 pandemic.
As many individuals are enjoying the outdoors this winter, more then ever due to COVID. Manitoba Possible is offering the option of WheelBlades for ones Wheel chair, or WheelBlades skis for ones walker.
We will be accepting applications until February 1st. There is a limited amount of funding therefore we will select recipients according to first come first serve. The WheelBlades are adjustable and therefore are suitable for children and adults.
All applications can be sent to Jmuloin@manitobpossible.ca
ASC MB is a new organization for Accessible Sport Connections in Manitoba who have received a grant to hold some virtual events.
Below is the information for the first event series they will be hosting to discuss accessible sport in Manitoba. Please share with anyone who might be interested.
If you want more information, you can find their Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/ascmanitoba
Link to Register:
Register HERE - Disabled People Talking: a virtual discussion on accessible sport
Please share/find info below for anyone that might be interested:
There has been a Safe at Home grant that has been rolling out for many organizations across Manitoba.
The Winnipeg Studio Theatre. will be delivering an “Upcoming Made in Manitoba Masterclass Theatre Arts series” that begins THIS Sunday, Jan. 10th.
There is a total of 26 FREE all inclusive sessions for all ages which include: Dance , Theatrical make-up, Voiceover Technique, Mime and Physical Story telling for Deaf and non-Deaf artists, Broadway Choreography, Pop Vocals, Acting for Camera (adult only), and more! You can register at any time HERE
Please note there is ASL interpretation available for anyone who needs.
If you’d like more info on this please visit https://winnipegstudiotheatre.com/workshops/ or connect with with Brenda Gorlick here: email@example.com
Hello everyone, Sledge Hockey Manitoba is conducting a fundraiser, there are black face masks with the sledge hockey logo on the side that are for sale. The masks are adjustable, there is also a smaller size for children 12 and under. The masks are being sold for 15$ per mask. If you are interested please contact Richard Lambert the president of Sledge Hockey Manitoba at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment can be done through e-transfer at the same address, with the order only being placed after payment is received. If you do not have e-transfer payment by cheque is doable, just make sure the cheque is made out to Richard.
This is a great opportunity to raise some money for the program as well as keeping people safe during this surreal time.
Hello everyone, with the province moving to code red it can be difficult to find activities to do to keep everyone busy. Below is a link to the Canadian Eboccia open that will start on November 24th. This event is open to any and everyone, all that is required is a device. This event will be a plethora of fun regardless of whether you have any experience or knowledge on boccia. It is a good opportunity to try a new sport even during the current climate! I encourage everyone to click the link below that will direct you to the information page that outlines the event.
As many of you may be aware the Winnipeg region is slated to move to code red on the Pandemic Response System at midnight November 2nd which includes the closure of arenas and pausing of all sport and recreation programming.
The Iceplex will close effective today October 30, 2020 at 5:00pm and will reopen when safe to do so.
We will be suspending the Sledge Hockey season for now; and we hope following this suspension we will be able to get back to the game we all love soon enough.
Take care, stay safe and well.
We hope to see you all again soon, please reach out if you need anything.
Hello we are inviting parents and guardians of children and youth with disabilities to participate in a new survey about access to, and the quality of disability services for children and youth up until the age of 21.
Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY) want to know the issues, barriers, and challenges facing your child and family. The survey questions ask about your child's demographics and disability-related needs, services received, respite, care coordination, daycare/school-experience, and specialized living situations. There are also questions about services during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
Please take the time and use your voice here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FMVCTZ2
They will use the information you submit to make a report and recommend changes to improve disability services for children, youth, and young adults in Manitoba.
"For many children with disabilities