There’s still time to sign-up for summer watersports classes for adults. Summer Session II of SDSU Exercise and Nutritional Sciences watersports classes run July 9 through August 15. Current SDSU students can earn college credit, but anyone interested in learning a new watersport is welcome to enroll. Read More
We are having another amazing summer here at The Watersports Camp and now you can experience all the fun with us from the comfort of your own home! Just visit the camp page on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thewatersportscamp, where you can see pictures from camp activities and can share in all of the fun. Read More
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Whether you are renting a stand up paddleboard, kayak, or sailboat, you don’t need to look any further than MBAC for the lowest rates in town. Recently there have been a flood of deals for boat rentals offered on sites like Groupon that still don’t beat MBAC’s everyday low prices. Read More
It’s hard to believe but another school year has flown by and the start of summer camp is just days away. Read More
For someone with a disability, many of life’s pleasures can become more difficult to access, especially activities like watersports. Waterskiing or kayaking for someone with a spinal injury can be a challenging endeavor, often requiring expensive custom equipment and trained assistance. Despite all of the challenges, every year hundreds of persons with disabilities enjoy watersports at MBAC, thanks greatly in part to funding raised by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis at the La Jolla Festival of the Arts, and a dedicated group of volunteers who make it happen.
The La Jolla Festival of the Arts™, takes place on June 23rd & 24th on the beautiful coastal campus of UC San Diego at Warren Field. The “La Jolla” is one of the most prestigious juried art shows in the country and will once again feature over 190 award winning artists, along with live chalk art creations, art performances, delicious and healthy cuisines, adult beverage libations from Stone Brewery, and live entertainment throughout the weekend. Produced by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis, a non-profit organization that raises funds to support adaptive sports and recreation programs for San Diegans with disabilities, the Festival is a unique opportunity to combine support for adaptive programs and services that help those who have incurred serious and long term injuries, and artists who work hard to bring creativity and imagination to us every day.
Take the opportunity to support your community by attending the Festival and help ensure access to watersports for persons with disabilities. Tickets are available online at http://www.lajollaartfestival.org/ for just $12. Experience a wonderful day of fun and excitement with your family and parking is FREE!