Keshet’s sports offer all kinds of benefits—from gaining fitness and increasing confidence to making friends and learning teamwork. There’s something fun and rewarding for every interest and ability.Register
Keshet’s Sports are for athletes of all ages. Everyone participates, practices skills and plays in games.
We ensure personal success by adapting programs and providing individualized supports. Athletes gain self-confidence, feel a sense of pride and experience the joy of being part of a team.
Keshet encourages healthy lifestyles by offering sports and fitness all year long.
Keshet proudly sponsors an Illinois Special Olympics track and field team. Our dedicated coaches and volunteer trainers prepare athletes for a vareity of running and field events. The experiences closes at the area meet on Sunday, May 15.
Sundays | Mar 6-May 15 (No class on Apr 17)
Solomon Schechter Day School, Northbrook
Registration is required by March 1. Additional forms and paperwork must be submitted to Special Olympics Illinois to participate.
Tag, you’re it! Each week we’ll play different classic games and exciting sports.
Mar 31-May 23 | (No class on Apr 21)
Everyone is part of the team at Keshet Baseball!
May 22-June 26 | Sundays (No games on June 5)
Kendrigan Field at Twin Creeks Park, Buffalo Grove
Keshet Sports are open to people of all ages and abilities. To find out if our programs are a good fit for you or your child, contact Sammi Lococo, Program Coordinator.Email Sammi
We are looking for volunteers (6th grade and older) to be part of the fun of Buddy Sports. As a buddy, you’ll be paired with a Keshet athlete to practice skills and play in games. There is a buddy orientation prior to the start of each season. While there is no fee for being a buddy, you do need to apply.Learn more
Our community’s well-being is our top priority. Keshet Recreation programs have adopted COVID-19 policies and procedures with this in mind. These guidelines will be reviewed and updated as public health policies change.Read Policies
For a class in a Masters program, Jen Phillips, Keshet’s CEO, explores Tikkun Olam, traditional Jewish texts and the connection to Keshet.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Providing for people’s emotional wellness has always been part of how Keshet supports people in our programs, and is now an important priority.