Dates & Forms

A NISRA seasonal brochure is the best way to get an idea of all that NISRA has to offer. Call the NISRA office at (815) 459-0737 to obtain a printed brochure, or stop by your park district, recreation department or local library.

A Few Notes About Registration

Priority Registration

Registration is conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Residents of NISRA’s member districts who register prior to the deadline have priority over out-of-district participants. Out-of-district residents are welcome to register for all programs, however a non-resident fee is charged.

Suggested Ability Level

Although some programs are offered according to disability classifications, these classifications are only considered recommendations. If the participant meets the social, physical, behavioral and age requirements of any program, he or she can register for it.

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Inclusion

NISRA also provides assistance to those wishing to participate in their home park district or recreation department program. Types of assistance may include staff training, adapted equipment, sign language assistance or a program aide. Call NISRA or your home district staff to inquire about the inclusion process.

Registration Dates

DateDescription
Jan 7Resident Priority Registration ends.
Jan 8Non-Resident Registration ends.
Jan 11

Final Registration Deadline.*

*NISRA is adhering to the registration deadlines. If your registration is late, it will be held to be reviewed to see if the participant can be added to any program(s).

Jan 11

Deadline for Winter 2021 Programs

TBA

Spring registration opens. Due to COVID-19, we are unsure about when Spring registration will open. Please check back for updates.

Residents of NISRA’s 13 member districts will be registered first. Non-residents may submit their registration at any time, however, their registration will be processed after resident registration ends. They will be processed in the order that they were received.

Downloadable Forms