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TOMORROW: City of Tampa Honors International Day of Persons with Disabilities


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The City of Tampa will honor the International Day of Persons with Disabilities at Freedom Playground of MacFarlane Park. Freedom Playground is Tampa's first boundless playground where children of all abilities can play side by side. The boundless playground designation comes from the National Center for Boundless Playgrounds and recognizes facilities that are inclusive for people of all abilities. This playground expansion features easy-to-navigate surfaces and wide ramps as well as inclusive swings, seesaws, slides and sensory stimulation areas. 

 

The City of Tampa remains committed to establishing inclusivity & equity throughout all programs. Learn more about the Parks & Recreation SPIRIT (Special Populations and Inclusive Recreation In Tampa) program at this address https://tampagov.net/parks-and-recreation/parks-and-natural-areas/inclusive


WHO: Mayor Castor, Councilman Luis Viera, Parks and Recreation Director Sherisha Hills, and guest Kiley Griggs

WHAT: City of Tampa honors International Day of Persons with Disabilities 

WHEN: Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 8:00am

WHERE: 1700 N MacDill Ave, 33607 (located on the east side of MacFarlane Park)

For more information, contact:

Ashley Bauman, Marketing and Communications Director

(813) 274-8262, Ashley.bauman@tampagov.net