Earlier this month, the Enabling Village celebrated its first anniversary in conjunction with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Like all good birthday parties, we had plenty of food, fun and games, entertaining performances and a jolly-good bout of Christmas carolling. (All right, so that last item isn’t typical of birthdays. But surely you won’t begrudge us December babies an excuse to celebrate twice?)
Here’s the things you missed if you didn’t come.
1. Ball games that you’ve probably never tried before, booyah
Never tried Paralympics games like Boccia or Goalball in your life? That’s because you didn’t come for our anniversary.
Boccia (pronounced bo-cha) is a precision ball sport that involves throwing leather balls as close as one can to a white target ball; the aim of Goalball is for participants to throw a ball with embedded bells into the opponents’ goal.