Douglas College screening film about disability and sport on Feb. 23

In 2012, four friends drove across the country in search of adaptive sports for people with physical disabilities. They went rock climbing with people who were blind, played soccer with people who were quadriplegic and swam with people who had muscular dystrophy. The result of their journey is Endless Abilities, a documentary film that shows sport as the great equalizer, unifying people of all abilities on a level playing field.

Everyone is invited to attend a screening of the film followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers.

Event details

Monday, February 23


Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
Douglas College
New Westminster Campus
700 Royal Ave.
New Westminster

Prior to the screening, from 6-7pm, you can check out the Imagining Inclusion Photovoice Exhibit in the theatre foyer. A partnership between the Therapeutic Recreation Department and the thrive program at Open Door Group Services Society, Imagining Inclusion examines community inclusion, health and wellbeing for individuals with lived experience of mental illness.

This free, public event is part of the Douglas College Students’ Choice Speaker Series. Please register to attend at

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