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Celebration of New Accessible Beach to Take Place at Petoskey State Park on August 31

AnnekeThe community is invited to join Disability Network and the Petoskey State Park DNR for the unveiling of the newest accessible beach in Northern Michigan. The event will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 31 at ...

Sue Austin: Deep sea diving ... in a wheelchair

Fest More Accessible for Those with Disabilities

Our National Parks Are for Everyone to Enjoy

By Jonathan B. Jarvis, Director, National Park Service

Veterans Appreciation Night with TC Roller Derby on July 20

TC Roller Derby

Traverse City Roller Derby proudly presents Veterans Appreciation Night at their July Double Header on Saturday, July 20 at the Grand Traverse Civic Center--Cherry Bombs vs. Capital Corruption and Toxic Cherries vs. Lansing Derby Vixens. 

DN Seeks Cyclists to Represent Our Region for the Great Lakes Independence Ride

I-Ride

TART Trails & Disability Network Celebrate the ADA at Tour de TART on July 26

Steve Hand Cycling

Volunteers Needed for Adaptive Sailing Program in Traverse City

adaptive sailing

Regal to let deaf moviegoers see what they've been missing

The nation's largest theater chain is having nearly 6,000 screens equipped this month with closed-captioning glasses developed by Sony.


DNAC Volunteers at the Autism Scavenger Hunt


For the month of April, Disability Network's Advocacy Council (DNAC) decided to sponsor and volunteer for the Traverse Traveler’s Autism Scavenger Hunt that was held on April 13. Zoe Onthank, DNAC member and Volunteer Office Assistant at Disability ...

Community Members in Petoskey & Charlevoix Raising Funds to Make Local Beaches Accessible for Everyone

Ocqueoc Falls in Presque Isle is Universally Accessible

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