CITY OF BOISE: Saturday Wheelchair Rugby - Spring 2019 to be held on March 9

City of Boise recently issued the following announcement.

When: Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 1:15 PM – 3:45 PM MST

Where: Fort Boise Community Center  700 N Robbins Rd, Boise, Idaho 83702



Wheelchair Rugby

This Paralympic Sport is a fast-paced and high contact team sport that is a lot of fun! Typically played by people with physical disabilities, the Boise Bombers Wheelchair Rugby Team loves when people without disabilities join as well! During practice you will learn the rules, develop your skills and scrimmage during this competitive practice time.

Rugby wheelchairs are provided for your use. A drop-in rate of $5 per day is available or enroll in the session at a discount. This activity is for participants ages 15 and older however youth under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Location: Fort Boise Community Center (700 Robbins Rd. Boise)

Wednesday Practice

Time: 12-2:30 p.m.

Winter Session: Wednesdays, January 2-February 20

Cost: $28

Activity #: 200704-01

Spring Session: Wednesdays, February 27-April 3

Cost: $21

Activity #: 300704-01

Saturday Practice

Time: 1:15-3:45 p.m. (On January 26 practice will be held from 6:30-9 p.m.)

Winter Session: Saturdays, January 5-February 23

Cost: $28

Activity #: 200704-02

Spring Session: Saturdays, March 2-30

Cost: $17.50

Activity #: 300704-02

Register with a credit card by calling 208-608-7680 or come to Fort Boise Community Center to pay by check, cash or card. You can also register online at: Scholarships are also available but take a few days to process (application forms are available at and scholarships cannot be applied to online registration. Questions? Call us at 208-608-7680.

Please invite additional guests!

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