Pedaling Towards Happiness: 7 Mental Health Benefits of Riding Bikes

Guest blog post WRITTEN BY Hillary Angus featured on

Pawsitively Powerful: 7 Ways Therapy and Service Dogs Help Veterans

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Jennifer Grant

Traveling Tips for Older Adventurers

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Henry Moore of

Sensory-Friendly Production coming March 24!

Accessible and Entertaining Shakespeare Performance for Individuals with Special Needs

Old Town Playhouse to offer its first sensory-friendly theatrical performance

Free sensory-friendly performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Old Town Playhouse on March 24. Contact Michelle Dungjen at 231.620.6443 to reserve your spot. (click image to enlarge)

Back to the Outdoors #OutdoorsForAll

Planning Your First Biking Expedition - 3 Things You Need To Know

Guest Blog Post WRITTEN BY Travis White of

Grass River Natural Area - Braille Field Guides

Grass River Field Guide cover

Get your tickets TODAY! Benefit Concert September 8

Access For Everyone Benefit Concert September 8 at Red Sky Stage in Petoskey (click image to enlarge)

Fitness Can Be Fun For People with Disabilities

Guest blog post WRITTEN BY Travis White of

Join us for Smart Commute Breakfast

Smart Commute Week June 5 - 9, 2017We are thrilled to be part of Smart Commute Week going on from June 5 - 9, in the Traverse City area.

TAP30 To Host Accessibility Fundraiser on May 17

Faith at TAP 30 accessibility fundraiser.Tap30, located in downtown Petoskey, will donate $1 from each pint of craft beer sold from a special “do good” tap menu on Wednesday, May 17, from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m to Disability Network.  Each dollar donated to ...

USA Men's Goalball Team coming to Leland!

Goalball event on March 11, at 10:30 a.m. at Leland Public Schools (click image to enlarge)




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