Wheelchair Squash 57

Squash BC is excited to be launching Wheelchair Squash 57 next week at the Cheam Leisure Centre in Chilliwack, BC. As part of our Wheelchair Squash 57 Pilot Program – which is generously supported by grant funding from Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities – we will be introducing this exciting new version of squash to participants who previously could not take part in our sport!

We were thrilled to host a Try-It day in Chilliwack a few weeks ago, where more than a dozen participants tried Wheelchair Squash 57. Now, with a weekly Learn to Play program starting next week, we can’t wait to see how our participants progress.

The Learn to Play Program is running Thursdays from 4-5pm from March 21 to April 18 at the Cheam Leisure Centre in Chilliwack. The entire 5-week session is only $20 per participant (tax included). Sport chairs, racquets, and all other required equipment is provided for participants. There’s still time to register! Complete this form to sign up: Wheelchair Squash 57 Registration Form – Chilliwack

Learn more about the program in our Program Poster or read the description below:

Join us in trying out an exciting new sport: Wheelchair Squash 57! Participants will learn the fundamentals and rules of Wheelchair Squash 57, while engaging in fun activities led by our program coaches. Prior racquet sport experience and/or wheelchair sport experience is not required. Squash BC promotes a safe and welcoming environment in all our programs, so participants of all levels of ability are encouraged to register!

Where: Cheam Leisure Centre Squash Courts
When: Thursdays 4:00 – 5:00 PM, March 21 – April 18(5 Weeks)
Who: Open to participants of all abilities

Note: Sport chairs, racquets &eye guards will be provided to those who do not have their own

Register here: Wheelchair Squash 57 Registration Form – Chilliwack

Squash BC will be running a second Learn to Play Wheelchair Squash 57 Pilot Program in the Vancouver area this spring. We thank Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and our Building the Future Fund Donors for making this program possible!