Activities for young people with special needs coming to Shoreline Lake

A local group is organizing a weekend full of activities for young people with special needs at a local lake, giving everyone a chance to experience the joy of time on the water.

Paddle4Good, a local non-profit group, has put together the activities set for Saturday and Sunday, September 7-8, at Shoreline Lake in north Mountain View.

According to its website, Paddle4Good has a mission to “empower, connect, and create stronger communities through safe, inclusive, adventure activities.”

As part of its PaddleTogether activities series, this weekend’s events include kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and pedal boating. The events are open to area residents with special needs between ages 4-24. Any special need or disability is accommodated and organizers can tailor most activities for the participants.

To sign up for a participation spot for someone in your family, click here. Participants should arrive by 9:30 a.m. and events will finish by 1 p.m.

These events also require a large number of volunteers and facilitators. To volunteer, either as an on-land support team member, on the water, or as a buddy for activities, click here. Volunteer shifts run from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The events will be based out of Shoreline Aquatic Center, 3160 N Shoreline Dr.

See below for the event flyer.

1 Comment on "Activities for young people with special needs coming to Shoreline Lake"

  1. Thank you for posting about our two half-day events this weekend at Shoreline! If this weekend doesn’t work — we’ve also got one more event coming up on Friday, Oct 4th at Shoreline. That event will have the same format & time (8-1pm or so). Perfect for workgroups to give back to the community!

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