Adaptive Program at Bretton Woods
Veterans' Appreciation Celebration: January 31, 2015
New England Disabled Sports and Bretton Woods will host Veterans Appreciation Day on Saturday, January 31st. Lift tickets and trail passes are complimentary at the ticket windows to all veterans with a valid Military ID on this special day.
New England Disabled Sports on Veteran's Appreciation Day!
NEDS Disabled Veterans’ Appreciation Day is open to all disabled veterans who would like a chance to take an adaptive lesson through New England Disabled Sports. Veterans will receive a complimentary lift ticket and lesson through NEDS with advance reservation. Advanced reservations are required for adaptive lessons. Space is limited so reservations must be made no later than January 30th.
Please email your special requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
. For additional information and questions please contact New England Disabled Sports at Bretton Woods at (603) 278-3398. These instructors are skilled in teaching adaptive sports regardless of abilities or injuries. Some of our instructors are veterans themselves who have many years of working with others who like themselves were injured while serving their country. They are proud to be a part of this great day honoring fellow veterans.
Saturday, January 31st
- Lift tickets, rentals and lessons are complimentary to disabled veterans when coordinated through NEDS, advanced resevations are required
- Lift tickets are complimentary to ALL veterans on January 31st, additional rental and lesson fees appl
- Please bring a valid Military ID
New England Disabled Sports (NEDS) at Bretton Woods is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing adaptive sport instruction to adults and children with physical and cognitive disabilities.
Conveniently located on the base level of the Bretton Woods Base Lodge, NEDS at Bretton Woods makes it possible for everyone to experience the thrills and delights of the outdoors. Our programs allow individuals with disabilities to enjoy a boundary-free environment, participate in outdoor recreation with friends and family, as well as provide access to equipment and instruction that might otherwise be unavailable. From a first time athlete to the most experienced, we have something for you.
For lessons and further information please contact New England Disabled Sports at Bretton Woods at email@example.com or call (603) 278-3398.