Here are the basic physical accessibility details for each space used throughout the conference!
|Venue||Wheelchair accessible entrance & space?||Wheelchair accessible bathroom?||Seating for larger bodies?||Indoor or outdoor venue?|
|Railroad Square||Yes||At Modest Man Brewing||Yes||Outdoor|
|Hannah Grimes Center||Yes||Yes||Yes||Indoor|
|Keene Public Library||Yes||Yes||Limited||Indoor|
|Wyman Tavern||On grass lawn with dirt paths||ADA porta potty; may be a tight squeeze for wheelchair users||Limited||Outdoor|
|Brewbakers/NOVA Arts||Mostly; door is not
mechanized but entrance is accessible
with door propped
|Yes; handsoap may be hard to reach for some wheelchair users||Yes||Indoor|
Other Accessibility Info
Hearing assistance devices are available at the Colonial and at the Keene Public Library. Ask an RR Volunteer for a device if you would like to use one!
Automated Closed Captions are available at all sessions for virtual attendees.
ASL Interpreters will be present at the following in-person sessions: Keynote,”Addressing the Housing Crisis” Roundtable, Arts and Culture Session 1, Arts and Culture Session 2, Main Street Session 3
If you have a severe food allergy, please let an RR Volunteer know so we can be sure to keep that allergen outof session spaces.
Please consider not wearing strong fragrances (perfume/cologne/aftershave) to make the Summit more accessible to attendees with chemical sensitivities. If you have unmet access needs or questions over the course of the Summit, please contact Jules Good, RR Accessibility Coordinator via text: (480) 335-8767 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. They will do their best to get your needs met!