SEPTEMBER 30, 2023

IowAbility Fair offers a unique experience for individuals and families affected by spinal cord injury, spina bifida, other neurological disorders and mobility impairments. Participants can enjoy adaptive sports and recreation activities, explore product and service vendors, network and build relationships, and join the Walk-N-Roll fundraiser. The objective of this FREE event is to bring individuals with limited mobility together to learn, connect, try new things, and have fun! This great event is held at the beautiful Easterseals Iowa campus in Des Moines. Don’t miss it!

Event Schedule

  • 9:30 AM     Registration Opens
  • 10:30 AM    Walk-N-Roll
  • 11:00 AM    Activities/Vendors Open
  • 12:00 PM    Lunch Opens
  • 1:00 PM     Registration Closes
  • 2:00 PM     Lunch Closes
  • 4:00 PM     Activities/Vendors Close

Special Opportunities

  • 50/50 Raffle
      • Tickets $5 each, 3 for $10, 4 for $15, or 6 for $20
      • CASH ONLY
      • Money raised split between IowAbility Fair & raffle winner
      • Drawing at 1 PM (DO NOT need to be present to win)
  • FREE Equipment/Supply Swap
      • Bring any adaptive equipment and/or unused supplies you no longer need
      • Take those items you can use
      • Volunteers will help unload and/or load items 
  • Live T-Shirt Printing
      • Multiple designs to choose from
      • Buy your favorites
  • Shopper’s Alley
      • Business owners with disabilities will be selling various products/services
      • Some purchases will be CASH ONLY

Event Hosted By

Iowa Chapter of United Spinal Association strives to CONNECT individuals impacted by spinal cord injuries or disorders, including families, caregivers, and professionals. Our members EMPOWER each other to ENGAGE in active and healthy lifestyles.

The mission of the Spina Bifida Association of Iowa is to build a better and brighter future for all those impacted by Spina Bifida. Our goal is to enhance the lives of those with Spina Bifida and those whose lives are touched by this challenging birth defect.