We’re excited to share the game of beep baseball with the great state of Texas this July!
This year, kids will have the chance to learn batting, baserunning and fielding on an accessible baseball field. Beep baseball is the adapted version of America’s favorite pastime – made for blind and visually impaired athletes everywhere. We want your child to step into the batter’s box and experience the excitement and energy that’s captivated visually impaired athletes for over 40 years.
- WHAT: An up-close demo of the exciting sport of beep baseball for kids, parents and blindness professionals across Texas.
- When: Tuesday, July 26, 2022 from 6:30-8:30PM
- WHERE: Chris Quinn Memorial Soccer Complex, 9400 Dishman Road Beaumont, TX. 77713 Get directions
- WHO: Youth, ages 6-14 / Parents and family members with blind and visually impaired youth / Professionals working with blind and visually impaired youth (teachers, adaptive sport and physical education specialists, counselors, etc)
- RSVP: See the form below
Please use the form below to provide details about yourself and your child. We’ll send you more information your way as soon as possible!
Getting by with a little help from our Friends!
The KOOL clinic is excited to add blind soccer to the agenda. A demo will take place during the second half of the event. It will be very exciting to present both sports to the youth who attend. Thank You to our friends Ricky Castaneda, Axel Cox, Noah Beckman along with US ABA Soccer of Texas for getting this on our agenda!
Interested in helping during the event?
Already attending the World Series and want to help during the event? Send email to email@example.com and let us know you’ll be there. We’re excited to show off this sport with your help!