The Time Has Come: Renovating The McCarren Ballfields

McCarren ballfield. Photo via Open Space Alliance
McCarren ballfield. Photo via Open Space Alliance

WHAT: Visioning Session for Renovating McCarren Ballfields
Join NYC Parks to share and discuss your ideas for the future of McCarren Ballfields 1, 2 & 3!
WHEN: Thursday, September 6 | 6pm
Where: McCarren Play Center | 776 Lorimer Street, between Bayard Street and Driggs Avenue

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Parade On Grand Street Today!

Williamsburg Sports League
Williamsburg Sports League

If you’re wondering why a bunch of parents and kids are strutting down Grand Street today (4/29), the Williamsburg Sports League is kicking off the summer baseball season with their fourth annual parade. Players, coaches, parents, and local neighbors will participate in the parade, flaunting their team spirit to the max. The parade will start at 9am at the Grand Street Campus(850 Grand Street @ Bushwick) and will end at Lindsay Park (Montrose & Lorimer) with a special First Pitch. Check out the parade’s Facebook event for more info.

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Single Social Sports – McCarren Park!

Singles Social Sports has both Thursday Night Kickball, Saturday Kickball and Saturday Softball leagues at McCarren Park starting in September.

Teams are 1/2 guys, 1/2 girls. Register now!

**Registration closes on Friday September 7th**

Thursday Night Kickball 8PM-10PM starts September 20th
Saturday Softball 12PM, 1PM starts September 22nd
Saturday Kickball 2PM starts September 22nd

5-week Season
Only $55

Sign up by yourself or with a few friends
Limited Space Available

Registration includes pre-season mixer, team shirt, after game drinks, end of season party and more. Champs win a prize as well!

Each team gets two beer pitchers from 4th Down Brooklyn after the games!!!

“Social Sports Leagues Perfected”

With the desire to provide more unique, personal rec league experiences that focus on meeting new people as much as the sports themselves, S3 Leagues came to New York in Summer ’10 and has already seen over 1,600 players.

While of course winning is always ohhh so sweet, we definitely have as much fun at our post-game bars as at the games themselves. We’re more about simply having a good time than practicing to go pro.

So if you’re looking for a unique social league, where it’s ridiculously easy to make friends, have fun being active and also like the idea of playing on a team with others your age from your neighborhood, S3 has got cha covered.

Register at Any questions, email jake: jake (at)

Sponsored post courtesy of Singles Social Sports.

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