Events: ADA Anniversary Celebration Set for August 3 in Bloomington

Written from press release

Bloomington, Ind. — The City of Bloomington Council for Community Accessibility (CCA) will celebrate the 34th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on Saturday, August 3. The community event will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Fernandez Plaza by City Hall, located at 401 N. Morton Street, and the Farmer’s Market. In case of rain, the celebration will move inside the City Hall Atrium.

The event will spotlight accessibility for Bloomington residents, featuring various organizations that support or are led by individuals with disabilities. Attendees can explore informational booths, resource displays, and engage in activities aimed at promoting a more inclusive community. The event will also offer games, prizes, and cookies for participants.

Organizations participating in the event include:

  • Monroe County Public Library
  • Stone Belt
  • Mobility Aids Lending Library
  • Southern Indiana Center for Independent Living (SICIL)
  • Special Olympics
  • Indiana Institute on Development and Community
  • Bloomington Volunteer Network
  • And more

The CCA is a volunteer group dedicated to advocating for the interests of people with disabilities, raising awareness, and developing solutions to accessibility challenges. Established in 1990, the CCA advises the City of Bloomington on ADA implementation, which became federal law that same year. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including employment, education, transportation, and access to public places and events.

For more information about the CCA and the upcoming event, visit

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