Annual Recognition Dinner Dance

Thursday, December 8th

6:00-9:00 pm

NWCSRA cordially invites participants, staff, volunteers, member partners, donors and supporters to celebrate a year of accomplishments.  Join us in recognizing all the special individuals who make what we do possible.  A delicious dinner will be followed by an awards ceremony and dancing.

$20 per participant & staff member<br>$30 per family member

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Online Registration Is Here!

June 27, 2022
Dear NWCSRA Participants & Families:
We are extremely excited to announce that NWCSRA will begin utilizing the Amilia SmartRec online registration platform for the Fall programming season. SmartRec will allow individuals to search for program information, register for NWCSRA programs/services, and receive enhanced access to account information.
All NWCSRA families will need to establish an online SmartRec account. The Annual Information Form (AIF) must be completed prior to registering for programs. The first day of registration for Fall programs will be August 1. Your account must be created and AIF completed in order to register.
You can begin the process starting July 11. If you complete the process by July 27, you will receive a $25 credit on your account to utilize for NWCSRA programs/services.
A 5-step guide to help you get started on July 11.
1.     Go to
2.     Click on the ‘Register’ button
3.     Create your account
4.     Once connected to your User Account, click on your email address (top right of your screen) and go to my account
5.     Click on members and add your personal information and address
Please feel free to reach me at if you have any further questions or concerns.
Mike Selep, CPRE, MPS
Executive Director
Northern Will County Special Recreation Association


Bolingbrook Sensory Oasis

The Bolingbrook Sensory Oasis is due to open on October 8, 2022 during the Glow Art Event. This sensory room is targeted toward teens and adults, however youth participants will find the room beneficial as well. Some of the exciting pieces of equipment are: the light up T-wall that can help with agility, coordination, and focus, the bubble tubes and panels assist with tracking, calming, and visual stimulation, and the Leaf Chair that provides vestibular movement. This room is different than the Romeoville location because it has two spaces in one: a gross motor location which can be used for conversation space as well as an immersive space. The immersive space creates a sensory calming experience. Sensory room sessions are tailored to the goals and needs of each participant. Each piece of equipment can be used in different ways to create a different result. Sessions can be booked on a weekly basis by connecting with Gina at

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