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SouthEastern Wisconsin Adaptive Ski Program
Reservations start Monday November 7, 2016 for 2015-2016 Season

Looking for participant information for adaptive skiing and snowboarding lessons?  Please visit the Participant page for more information on reservations and schedule.


 
Welcome
Volunteer with youth in bi-ski after a night lessonSEWASP (pronounced "see-wasp") provides adaptive alpine skiing and snowboard lessons for people with disabilities in southeastern Wisconsin and surrounding areas.  "Adaptive" refers to the modified equipment and teaching techniques used to enable skiers and snowboarders to participate safely and as independently as possible.  Instruction is generally provided at Alpine Valley Ski Resort near East Troy, Wisconsin (southwest of Milwaukee on I-43), on Thursday evenings from January through mid-March.
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Volunteers Wanted & Oct/Nov/Dec 2016 Training Dates

Volunteers gathered around a participant in a bi-ski
SEWASP is recruiting instructors and other volunteers for this year's 2016-2017 ski and snow-board season. Dry-land clinics will be  held Thursdays in October/November. On-snow clinics will be held in December. Lessons begin the first or second Thursday after New Years (January 5, 2016). Please contact us if you are interested.

For application & training dates, please click the "read more" link below.

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SEWASP on Milwaukee TV News

SEWASP, its participants, and its volunteers were featured February 26, 2014 in a five minute video segment on Fox 6 News Milwaukee.

Fox 6 News page with video and story

 

Lesson Status

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Looking for participant information for adaptive skiing and snowboarding lessons?  Please visit the Participant page for more information on reservations and schedule.


 

Please remember that reservations are always required for SEWASP lessons.

 

Supported in part by

CMSC - Chicago Metropolitan Ski Council