Outdoor Day for All

Event for citizens with special needs, providing a wide range of outdoor activities

Joy, well-being and community
- outdoor is for all!

Outdoor with cycling, dance, nature training, garden bowling, fishing and bonfire.

The aim with the Outdoor Day in the Social Department is to make outdoor visible and share knowledge about the use of outdoor activities for both employees and the citizens with special needs.

Organizer

Social Department in the Municipality of Silkeborg

Would you like to have more information about the initiative - or get in touch with the people behind it?

Write to Outdoor Institute at heiko@outdoorinstitute.dk

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