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The All Star

96 Main Rd., Riverhead, NY 11901 | (631) 998-3565

The All Star offers bowling and a game arcade, as well as food and drink. This facility has friendly staff that welcome all people. The facility itself is highly inclusive and allows maneuvering of a wheelchair.

The Art Studio

548 Route 32, Highland Mills, 10930 | 845-928-8823

Creating art in a non-competitive atmosphere. We expose our clients to a variety of medias and explore the art world. For ages 3 and up.

The Basin Recreation Fieldhouse

1388 W. Center Drive, Park City, UT 84098 | (435) 655-0999

Basin Recreation owns and manages nearly 2,000 acres of open space, has built and/or maintains 150 miles of trails, and works with Summit County and state and local organizations on planning and conservation issues. Basin Recreation also operates an 83,000-square foot indoor fieldhouse facility that serves over 265,000 visitors a year. Additionally, Basin Recreation owns and operates several outdoor park facilities, which include bike parks, groomed cross-country trails, sports facilities, ponds, community areas, and dog parks.

The Beacon Center for Arts and Leadership

231 Palmetto St, Brooklyn, NY 11221 | (718) 497-6090

The Beacon Center of Arts and Leadership which ties to the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services (CHFS) is a not-for-profit community-based comprehensive family service agency located in New York City. They serve the North Brooklyn communities of Bushwick, Williamsburg and East New York and the Queens communities of Ridgewood, Elmhurst, and Corona. Over the years the agency’s services have expanded to include mental health, primary health care, after-school education, HIV/AIDS case management, youth and parent training, youth leadership development, fatherhood support, family support, homelessness prevention, and community service internships.

The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center

Mile 29 Western Highway, Belmopan, | 501-822-8000

The Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center was started in 1983 to house a collection of animals used in a tropical forest documentary. It has grown to house over 150 animals, all local belizian animals that were orphaned, rescued, born, or rehabilitated at the zoo. The goal of the zoo is to conserve the local animals of Belize and introduce these animals to the people of Belize in hopes to inspire conservation and protect future generations. The Zoo offers a variety of educational programs and tours.

The City of Rexburg Porter Park

S 2nd W & 3rd W, Rexburg, ID 83440 | (208) 359-3020

The City of Rexburg offers 5 main parks, including Porter Park. Named in honor of Arthur Porter Jr., Porter Park is situated in downtown Rexburg. It has picnic tables, playground equipment, a baseball field, a spray park, and jogging paths. There are many accessible paths, and three parking spaces for people with disabilities.

The Finger Lakes Tasting Room

31 Main St., Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 662-4661

The Finger Lakes Tasting Room is about "bringing the finger lakes to main street." The Finger Lakes Tasting Room represents NYS wineries, distilleries, and The Lost Kingdom Brewery. Here people come to enjoy wine by the taste, by the glass or bottle a for home and beer by the taste, pint or growler. The Finger Lakes Tasting Room also serves local cheese, meat and crackers, as well as, selling many awesome gifts.

The Heirloom Foundation

431 Jardinere Walk, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 | 347-927-0827

The Heirloom Foundation provides free, inclusive yoga and meditation classes to culinary professionals and their families. Studies have found much higher instances of addiction, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders in food and beverage employees than in the general population. Adaptations can be made to any of the program offerings, and staff are trained to accommodate all abilities.

The History Center Exhibit Hall & Research Library

110 North Tioga St, Ithaca , NY 14850 | 607-273-8284

"The History Center is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to preserve and encourage access to its unique collections, while designing learning experiences and services that create opportunities for people to learn about themselves and their place in the world."

The Hyde Collection

161 Warren St., Glens Falls, NY 12801 | (518)792-1761

According to an agency representative, "The Hyde Collection is an art museum complex and historic house consisting of a distinguished collection of works by American and European artists such as Botticelli, Rubens, Rembrandt, Picasso, Homerm and Eakins, as well as important decorative arts and antique furnishings. The collections continue to grow through gift and purchase, and today it numbers around 3,300 works with an emphasis on the art of the twentieth century, The museum provides changing exhibitions in two gallery spaces, lectures, concerts, family activities, and school programmings."

The LakeWatch Inn

1636 E Shore Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850 | 607-273-5253

The LakeWatch Inn is a beautiful banquet hall that can be reserved for any special event you may be having. In the past, they have hosted weddings, dinners, proms, parties, business dinners and showers. The staff at LakeWatch is very friendly and accommodating and want to ensure that you and your guests have the most wonderful experience possible. If you, or a family member has a disability, the LakeWatch is a very reasonably accessible venue, and if you feel there are any areas of concern the staff is willing to do everything in their power to insure inclusivity among all guests.

The Makery

12100 West Center Road Suite 612, Omaha, NE 68144 | 402-715-5959

The Makery is a creative arts studio that facilitates a wide range of Pinterest-inspired arts and crafts activities. Previous projects include wreaths, succulent bars, wall art, etc. The Makery provides a space for private events and pre-planned programs. Through the one main door the client walks into the main space, where there are long tables for crafting and the walls are adorned with completed projects and a variety of art supplies. There is a large unisex bathroom that is easily accessible. There is abundant parking for The Makery and its surrounding businesses with several accessible parking spaces nearby.

The O'Hara Nature Center

170 Mountain Road, Irvington, NY 10533 | 914-591-7736

The O'Hara Nature Center is a local nature center, run under the Irvington Recreation and Parks Department. The Irvington Parks staff is responsible for maintaining this energy-efficient facility, the 7 new adjacent gardens, and the 400 acres of surrounding trails. O'Hara Nature Center events are largely operated by the Irvington Woods Committee, a group of volunteers who offer educational opportunities to the public and assist in creating effective plans for maintenance. This facility is a meeting area for programs, school groups, village committees and more. The mission of the O’Hara Nature Center is to promote the community’s enjoyment and exploration of the woods, to educate and involve the community in understanding our local environment; and to demonstrate concepts in sustainability that will inspire the community to live in balance with nature.

The Pavillion - Bend Parks and Recreation District

1001 Southwest Bradbury Way, Bend, OR 97702 | (541) 389-7588

The Pavillion is owned and operated by the Bend Park & Recreation District.

The Pilates Room

1201 North Tioga St., Ithaca, NY 14850 | 607-330-0957

The Rebel Lounge

2303 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016 | 602-296-7013

The Rebel Lounge is a music venue that showcases local and touring acts nightly. The viewing area is mostly standing room, although tables and chairs can be found in the back of the venue. There is a bar adjacent to the viewing area, as well as an external patio in the rear of the venue. There is one designated accessible parking spot located near the entrance, and access is composed of a flat surface. The entrance is wide enough for wheel chair access, but not extended maneuverability. Staff routinely encounter individuals of differing backgrounds, and accommodate as necessary.

The Rose Theater

2001 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE 68102 | 402-345-4849

The Rose Theater is a performing arts center for children and their families. It offers a wide range of theatrical performances that target children specifically and encourage audience participation. The Rose also offers classes and camps for children and teenagers to learn about performing arts. Some programs are provided specifically to individuals with disabilities, helping them to "spark creativity, self-confidence, social interaction, and positive self-esteem." Workshops are also available to explore themes from performances and to learn about the profession of theater.

The Urban Chalkboard

452 East Carmel Dr., Carmel, IN 46032 | 317.815.5711

The Urban Chalkboard is a well planned and beautiful facility where any child and adult feels welcome. You are truly welcome to be you here. Co-founders Dr. Jessica Beer and Dr. Tonya Bergeson-Dana are very active at The Urban Chalkboard. You can often find them right down on the floor interacting with your child or reading a book to anyone who would like to join. They are truly passionate about their facility and the programs that they provide in their learning studio. Please feel welcome to call ahead to ask any questions about accessibility, adaptations, or modifications to make your time at The Urban Chalkboard a wonderful experience for you and your child!

The Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center

150 W.65th St., New York, NY 10023 | 212-501-3100

The Vivian Beaumont is a venue space for live theatrical performances, currently The King & I. There are quite a few venues within the Lincoln Center complex. The Vivian Beaumont Theater is just one of them. Each venue is separate and it is important to remember that what was assessed here is only for this theater and does not apply to the other houses in Lincoln Center.

The Women's Building

820 Comstock Ave, Syracuse, NY 13244-5040 | 315-443-4386

The Women's Building is just one of many different recreation facilities available to both Syracuse University and SUNY ESF students, faculty, and staff. The building has multiple levels of different activities and is often used to host physical education and exercise science classes. The Syracuse University Women's Varsity Volleyball team practices and holds games in the gymnasium on the second floor. The basement is a temporary office space that is often changing depending on who is occupying it. In order to get to the basement, there is no other way to get there but the stairs. There is an elevator, but it will not take you that far down.

18 Mile Creek Golf Course

6374 Boston State Road, Hamburg, NY 14075 | 716-648-4410

According to the agency website: Our Golf Course,With great anticipation and much fanfare, The Town of Hamburg Golf Course opened with it's original 9-hole layout in 1973. The current 18 hole circuit opened with the completion of the "new 9" in 1997. In 2012, the name was officially changed to 18 Mile Creek Golf Course to pay reverent homage to the water hazard that more often than not makes golfing here so very interesting. Aside from a great golf course, there are many amenities to be enjoyed including; great food and drink, a quiet outdoor dining area, advance tee time reservation membership, well stocked golf retail and more. Interested in joining a golf club for competition and lasting friendships? Check out our "partners" page for contact info for any of our great clubs. With it's beautiful views, professionally manicured grounds, friendly and accommodating staff, very reasonable rates and a layout that anyone from novice to scratch golfer can find appealing, 18 Mile Creek Golf Course has become one of the "best bang for your buck" courses in the area. We hope you find this resource useful and enjoy all your experiences at our golf course

1890 House Museum (The)

37 Tompkins Street, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607) 756-7551

The 1890 House is located at 37 Tompkins Street (NY Route 13), one block west of Main Street in the city of Cortland. On street parking is available in front of the museum as well as limited parking in the driveway. Additional parking is located in free city lots just a few blocks away.

281 Bowl

3898 NY State Rte 281, Cortland, NY 13045 | (607)756-5737

281 Bowl is where anyone and everyone of all skill sets can come to bowl either as part of open bowling, in a tournament, as part of a league, book some lanes for a birthday party, enjoy time with friends at the bar, get a snack at the concessions area, or visit the pro shop.

4-H Acres

418 Lower Creek Road, Ithaca, NY 14850 | (607) 272-2292

4-H Acres is a ten acre piece of land (and facilities) in Dryden, just off Rte. 13 and east of the airport. Owned by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County, 4-H Acres is maintained by private donations. It is available all year round for 4-H clubs to use. Community groups can also use 4-H Acres for a reasonable fee or work exchange.

B. Forman Park

4507 Lake Road, Pultneyville, NY 14538 | 315-946-5830

B. Forman Park is a family park located on Lake Ontario in Upstate New York. It has beautiful views of Lake Ontario and plenty of wide open space. It offers an enclosed lodge pavilion, as well as open pavilions, picnic areas with grills, an open play field, swings and a shuffleboard court. The park has a small pebble-stoned beach with access to Lake Ontario. There is no swimming allowed. B. Forman Park opens Memorial Day weekend and closes the last day in September.

Bacchus Brewing Company

15 Ellis Drive, Dryden, NY 13053 | 1 (607) 844-8474

Bacchus Brewing Company is a small craft brewery established in 2012 located just outside of Ithaca in Dryden, New York. In just over three years we have been able to create a presence in our community with our focus on making fine, hand-crafted beers with character and a level of quality that is constantly being met and exceeded. Our staff, while small in number, plays significant roles in bringing this family together. We give people brief information sessions about brewing beer, and how to go about the process.

Baldwinsville Public Library

33 East Genesee Street, Bladwinsville, 13027 | (315)635-5631

In regards to the Baldwinsville Public Library, no matter what services are offered and what changes take place in the library, one key component of the library that will never change is the people. As it was so clearly stated by Librarian Helen Wright in the early 1950s, the library is not “books, it is people.” A building with books is a warehouse; a building with people helping other people to use the books or other resources is a library. The role of the library is to provide people with a place to obtain information, find pleasure reading, and gather together to share ideas.

Bally's Total Fitness, Syracuse

9661 Carousel Center Drive, Syracuse, NY 13209 | (315) 426-1242

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Balsam Pond (DEC)

340 Balsam Tyler Road, McDonough, NY 13801 | (607)753-3095

According to the agency website: "Balsam Pond is a small, shallow water body located in Chenango County near the Hamlet of McDonough. It is located in the 2,679 acre Balsam Swamp State Forest area.

Baltimore Woods Nature Center

4007 Bishop Hill Road, Marcellus, NY 13108 | (315) 673-1350

Baltimore Woods Nature Center is an organization that educates all people, especially children, about the environment. The Center offers trails, exhibits, programs, and a gift shop.