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Recreation Programs

The Recreation Department strives to provide the community with high-quality, cost-effective programs and activities for people of all ages and abilities.  Click here for Special Recreation Programs for the Disabled.
Remember, in Parks and Recreation the benefits are endless!

Coaches & Sponsors needed!!  Coaching and/or sponsoring are great ways to give to your community and future generations.  Please contact us at (208) 209-1080 with any questions.

Please open the 2017 Summer Activity Guide for detailed information on all of our programs.Summer Activity Guide


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Specialized Needs Recreation is a non-profit organization that offers recreational, social and educational opportunities for youth and adults who have trouble participating in other programs because of a learning disability, sensory impairment, mental, emotional, or physical handicap.

CAMP ALL-STARS DAY CAMPS provides activities for youth ages 4-21 in a safe & fun environment.  They enjoy games, crafts, theme days, daily community activities, such as swimming, golfing, horseback riding, tours etc. Transportation is provided to and from all activities. Scholarships are available for those who qualify.

SPRING BREAK DAY CAMP (1 week)-SUMMER  BREAK DAY CAMP (11 weeks)-WINTER  BREAK DAY CAMP (1-2 weeks) SCHOOL DAYS OFF CAMP

SNR LIFE  participants work on life skills, social interaction, projects, exercise, music, art, crafts, cooking, shopping, budgeting, community outings, educational tours and volunteer opportunities. TUESDAY –WEDNESDAY--THURSDAY-10am-2pm

SNR MONTHLY ACTIVITIES provides opportunities for social interaction with friends in a fun environment.   Activities include cooking, craft, and dance classes, dinner out with friends, movie, bowling, bingo nights, themed parties, monthly dances, basketball, camp outs, trips to the Spokane Arena, etc.  5-10 ACTIVITIES A MONTH

GAME OF LIFE SNR has collaborated with service coordinators, providers, therapists, parents, DDA’s, and teachers within our community to offer free, year round classes for our participants on Friendships, Dealing with Rejection, Social Media, Safety, Relationships and Social interaction. 2x month-FREE

ANNUAL EVENTS- Talent Show, Prom, Christmas Party and Out of the Shadows Theater, Friends and Family Picnic

SNR COSTUME RENTALS- is an ongoing fundraiser for SNR.  Over 2,000 costumes to choose from. –Looking for shelving, costumes of any kind and the following. Always looking for volunteers!

SNR VOLUNTEERS- volunteers are a vital part of our organization. They assist with all of our programs, fundraisers, special events and activities. Without our amazing volunteers SNR would not exist!

If you would like more information about Specialized Needs Recreation, the programs we offer and/or would like to volunteer, please call Angie Goucher, Executive Director at (208) 755-6781 or visit our website at snridaho.org or facebook.com/snridaho/


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