Looking for a nice summer night out? Check out the special events at Fenway Park. Also, if you can tell me what your favorite thing to do near Fenway (besides watching the game of course) you will be entered to win a Jason Varitek bobblehead or Wally & Tessie bobblehead!
Here are some fun things to do with the family this last week of August. On Monday, August 29 â€œCatch â€˜em Allâ€ night is a fun event for kids and families to capture all the characters around Fenway and battle in the gym. Your ticket will include a custom map serving as a PokÃ© -map of the park and a limited edition Fenway gym badge.Â Special Ticket Required and here is the linkÂ https://m.mlb.com/bos/tickets/info/pokemon
On Wednesday, August 31Â Itâ€™s â€œWally Piggy Bankâ€ Promo Item where Fans age 14 and under will receive a Wally Piggy Bank.Â (Presented By Hood)
The Red Sox and LEGO Systems, Inc. are proud to announce the firstÂ LEGOÂ®Â Day at Fenway Park on Wednesday, August 31 at 1:35 pmÂ when the Red Sox face the Tampa Bay Rays. The purchase of a game ticket through this special offer also includes aÂ limited edition Red Sox themed player build, made with LEGO bricks. Additionally, this ticket package will include access to the pre-gameÂ LEGOÂ Build Experience in the Kids ConcourseÂ from 11:00am-1:35pm. A life-sized Red Sox player LEGO model for fans to see and take pictures with be a special site! Tickets are limited to the first 2,000 guests who order through this special offer.Â Special Ticket Required and here is the link: https://m.mlb.com/bos/tickets/info/lego-day
Disclosure: I am part of the Red Sox Moms initiative and as such I am treated to special events and a game or two as part of the campaign.
It’s always a great day for a ball game! Even if your kids are young there is always something to do at Fenway Park! There are so many food options and places to check out even when you need a break from the game.Â Yesterday we were treated to a special event – a Red Sox Kid Nation Press Conference. The kids were excited to be able to ask Brock Holt questions and then we got a tour of some of the great spots to watch the game – hello green monster! What is great about Fenway and the Red Sox games is it really is a family event and very kid friendly. Wally’s Clubhouse is the perfect spot for kids to take a break from the game and is open each home game from the third through seventh innings. Is is located in the champions club and offers activities for kids of all ages including face paining, balloon artists, caricature artists and appearances from Wally!Â Plus it is cool in there so especially after yesterday’s heat it was great to take a break.
We also had an opportunity to view the rooftop garden called Fenway Farms.Â The Red SoxÂ have created a rooftop garden behind the Gate that will grow vegetables and herbs throughout the baseball season.Â Presented by Stop & Shop (our favorite grocery store!)Â Dole, Sage Fruit, and Fenway Park concessionaire Aramark, the items grown will be used in food products prepared at the ballpark, including the restaurant in the EMC Club.Â As part of yesterday’s festivities we got to sample some Fenway cuisine with a small Fenway Food Festival and hear more about the yummy offerings (there is much more to eat than a fenway frank). The kids loved the grilled cheese and chicken fingers and I loved the pad thai inspired noodles.Â If you want to head to a game and learn more about what’s in store for kids at Fenway clickÂ here.
Disclosure:Â The Red Sox treated us to an afternoon of fun and food and the game as part of a partnership as a Red Sox Mom. All opinions in this blog post are my own.
Red Sox Kids Nation press conference