Many special events for organizations providing programs and services to people with special needs including: Children's Hospital, Special Olympics, Mosiac, VODEC, Ollie Webb, Monroe Meyer Institute, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, various school districts, ESU's, and more.
The complex is also regularly used by local area schools, day cares, day camps, and is open daily for use by the general public. The complex can be reserved for private events. See "Rent AllPlay Complex" for complete info.
AllPlay Foundation built AllPlay Complex in 2008, the finest barrier free sports and recreation complex in the nation. The $1.5 million dollar complex is located in Seymour Smith Park at 6802 Harrison Street, Omaha, Nebraska. The entire complex utilizes barrier free design concepts that allow people who have mobility impairments and other disabilities to fully enjoy sports and recreation. The complex is open to the public and free to use during Seymour Smith's park hours (5am - 11pm) daily, but certain features of the complex may be closed when reserved for programs, activities, and events for organizations that provide services for persons with disabilities. The complex can be reserved for private events. See "Rent AllPlay Complex" for complete info.
The AllPlay Miracle Buddy Baseball League is pleased to announce that there
will be a season in 2021!!!!
The Board of Directors of the AllPlay has approved an 8-week season that will begin August 7th - September 25th. Registrations for players and volunteers will be open on May 1st.
“We apologize for not being able to start the 2021 season earlier, but given the current information regarding COVID and the vaccination distribution timeline in Nebraska, the board felt that August was the earliest and best start time,” says Bruce Froendt, founder and executive director of the league. “By the first part of August, we believe a sufficient number of players, family members, and volunteers should have had the opportunity to receive the vaccine and increase overall immunity. We want to provide as safe of an environment for our players and families as possible and reduce the chance of anyone contracting this harmful virus.”
Families must make their own decision regarding participation this year considering public health risks, even with the league beginning on August 7th. While league organizers will follow COVID safety guidelines from the county and state health agencies, participants and volunteers will need to agree to liability waivers to participate.
More information will be provided in the future via Facebook and on AllPlay’s website. www.allplay.org