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@RedSox Fun events in August to do @fenwaypark #redsoxmoms #redsoxfamily

Take me out to a ball game! (or any fun event that the Boston Red Sox puts on!  There are several Boston Red Sox events coming up. Enjoy a movie and more!

A must movie night – Fenway Park will screen the original Jurassic Park in celebration of the movie’s 25th anniversary on Tuesday, August 14. Movie Night attendees will be invited to walk the warning track from 6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m., weather and field permitting. Get your tickets here

Also on Sunday, August 12 – The Boston Red Sox will host the fifth annual “Out of the Park” on the Boston Common. “Out of the Park” is a free, family-oriented event that brings the Fenway Park experience to the community. “Out of the Park” will feature a live viewing of the 1:05 p.m. Red Sox-Orioles game, complementary food and kids and family activities. Check out the link here

On Saturday, August 18-Sunday, August 19 it’s the Fenway Rooftop Sessions, presented by vineyard vines is a new and unique way to enjoy the game. With dates throughout the season, tickets include a pregame performance from a local Boston band, and a ticket to the game. Saturday, August 18, will include a performance by City Rivals. Dalton & The Sheriffs will perform on Sunday, August 19. For more information go to the mlb website

I always love a theme night at Fenway and on Monday, August 20 The Red Sox will celebrate one of the most popular comic strips of all-time, “Peanuts,” with the annual Peanuts Night!  Peanuts Night tickets include a limited edition bobblehead of Snoopy in a Red Sox uniform!  Go here for tickets  

Also, The Red Sox will celebrate the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning series, Game of Thrones® on August 21. Game of Thrones Night tickets include a Red Sox ‘K’ Slayer Chris Sale bobblehead, a chance to sit on the Dragonstone Throne, and the opportunity to see the Map Table of Westeros. Go here for tickets. 

Probably one of the cutest events I have been to is the  #SoxPromo: Kids Run the Bases and Wally & Tessie
Kids in attendance 14 and under will receive a pair of Wally & Tessie Headphones, and after the game, kids will have the opportunity to run the bases at Fenway Park! It is so cute and we did it such a long time ago will have to go back! More information here 

Disclosure – I am part of the #RedSoxmoms and #Redsoxfamily and help to promote different events.

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Get your @RedSox bobbleheads #Giveaway and Fun @fenwaypark events #LegoDay #RedSoxMoms

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 “Catch ‘em All” 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 Poké -map of the park and a limited edition Fenway gym badge. Special Ticket Required and here is the link

On Wednesday, August 31 It’s “Wally Piggy Bank” Promo Item where Fans age 14 and under will receive a Wally Piggy Bank. (Presented By Hood)

The Red Sox and LEGO Systems, Inc. are proud to announce the first LEGO® Day at Fenway Park on Wednesday, August 31 at 1:35 pm when the Red Sox face the Tampa Bay Rays. The purchase of a game ticket through this special offer also includes a limited edition Red Sox themed player build, made with LEGO bricks. Additionally, this ticket package will include access to the pre-game LEGO Build Experience in the Kids Concourse 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. Special Ticket Required and here is the link:

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.


@Red Sox Family Friendly June events @FenwayPark! #RedSoxMoms #RedSoxPets

We love the Red Sox!! They have some wonderful family friendly events in June including my favorites – Dog day and Movie Night! Here are some of the fun events going on:

Now – Thursday, June 30 – MLB All-Star Game Ballot

Voting is open to vote for players to get into the All Star game, so get out there and vote!  #SoxASG


Friday, June 3 – Red Sox Pride Night


Sunday, June 12 – Out of the Park

The Red Sox will again be hosting “Out of the Park” on Sunday, June 12 where they will have a jumbo screen in Boston Common to watch the Sox vs. Twins game. It is a free event with food and entertainment, plus this will offer a sneak-peek of the new Red Sox Mobile Truck (officially called the Red Sox Showcase powered by T-Mobile).


Tuesday, June 14 – Varitek Bobblehead Giveaway


Thursday, June 16  – Country Night


Tuesday, June 21 – Papi Gnome Giveaway & Special Olympics Night


Wednesday, June 22 – Celtics Night


Monday, June 27 – Dog Day at Fenway

Fenway Park will host a “Dog Day at Fenway” event on Monday, June 27th presented by NutriSource Super Premium Pet Foods. Fans are invited to bring their dogs to the ballpark for the evening. Fenway Park will be open to fans and their canines from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. A “Dog Park” and pet-friendly businesses will be set up in the Big Concourse where water bowls and activities will be provided. Fans can also bring their pets out to the warning track for photos in front of the Green Monster. The World Series trophies will also be on hand in the seating bowl for photos. Tickets for Dog Day at Fenway are $10 for adults and are on sale now at


Wednesday, June 29 – Movie Night at Fenway Park

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the 80’s classic comedy about a teen who feigns illness in order to skip school and spend a carefree day exploring Chicago with his friends, will be featured on the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision® center field videoboard at Fenway Park, Wednesday evening, June 29. Movie Night at Fenway Park Presented by Mitsubishi Electric” is free for Red Sox Season Ticket Holders. Tickets will be distributed to members.  General admission tickets for the public, priced at $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under, are on sale now. They can be purchased at


Disclosure:   I am part of the Red Sox Mom campaign with the Red Sox and as such I often get treated to a game, a luncheon and other fun goodies. All opinions in this blog post are my own.

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Take me to @RedSox game! #CallingAllKids #RedSoxMoms #Hosted

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.  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!  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. The Red Sox  have created a rooftop garden behind the Gate that will grow vegetables and herbs throughout the baseball season.  Presented by Stop & Shop (our favorite grocery store!)  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.  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.  If you want to head to a game and learn more about what’s in store for kids at Fenway click  here.


Disclosure:  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.

Fenway Farms

Fenway Farms

Red Sox Kids Nation press conference

Red Sox Kids Nation press conference

Wally! #Callingallkids

Wally! #Callingallkids



@RedSox are #CallingAllKids to receive free tickets #RedSoxmoms

Want to bring your kids to Fenway and enjoy a kid friendly experience?

New for the 2015 season, The Red Sox are “Calling All Kids” to join Red Sox Kid Nation.The first 25,000 kids who register for Red Sox Kid Nation (for free) will receive a free ticket to a 2015 game as part of the Calling All Kids program. Sign up here:

As part of the “Calling All Kids” program the team is making Fenway Park an even more kid-friendly atmosphere. Here are a few of the awesome additions.

Gate K & Kid Nation Concourse – This special new entrance at Fenway is dedicated to children and families and will be located adjacent to Gate B near the corner of Van Ness and Ipswich Streets. The gate will lead fans into the new Kid Nation Concourse featuring new attractions for young fans, including: A seven-foot giant Wally bobblehead, Interactive video wall, Life-size images & footprints Red Sox players, Balloon artist, stilt walker, and face painter will keep kids entertained!

• Wally’s Clubhouse – Red Sox Kid Nation Clubhouse is being transformed into the new “Wally’s Clubhouse,” open from the 3rd to the 7th inning season-long, providing families with little ones a place to play and walk around, and a welcoming venue for children to meet Wally the Green Monster.

• Red Sox Kids Crew – A new group of Fenway Park staff, Red Sox Kids Crew, will greet kids as they enter Gate K, lead children in games, and provide families with assistance and information about kid-friendly Fenway Park activities.

Be sure to sign up to enjoy a game and all the fun kid-focused activities! I am so excited to be a part of the #RedSoxMoms this year. I will be sure to update you on other fun Red Sox related activities.

Disclosure:  I was treated to a kick off luncheon for #RedSoxMoms this week and received a goodie bag with fun kid items such as a bobble head. All opinions in this post are my own.




Announcing End of Summer #RedSoxFamily Ticket Packages @RedSox #RedSoxMoms

What a fun night with my girls at the Red Sox game. Have you been lately? It’s not too late to enjoy a night out and to purchase tickets. It really is the best way to spend a warm summer evening. Plus, I noticed there are so many family friendly activities to do while you are at the game. The Kid Nation Clubhouse is a space inside Fenway Park designed for the youngest fans! This kid-friendly area is open to children of all ages and their families, as a place to relax and includes fun activities for the kids. The Kid Nation Clubhouse is located in the Champions Club (by Gate B) from the third through seventh innings of select Red Sox games. The fun activities include face painting, games, Caricature Artist, balloon making and more and of course a visit from Wally!

We were invited as part of a special event to take part in a commercial for the end of Summer Family Ticket Packages. Here is a link to the details and how to purchase tickets!

Ticket packages available for games Aug 14-Aug 22 (different price points available based on seat locations)Purchase tickets through the link above and with these tickets you will receive:

o FREE parking in the Prudential Center Garage (not too far to walk!)

o FREE Boston Duck Tours ride from the garage to Fenway Park (this is the fun part for the little kids…oh and the big kids too – I loved it!

o Activity booklets for the kids (keeps them busy IF they get bored!)

o Free Duck Boat ride back to parking lot (how cool is that?)

A family friendly ball game, fun activities, good food (Tasty Burger is right inside the park now!) what’s not to love?

Disclosure: The Red Sox treated us to a fun evening of a duck boat ride and tickets to the game! All opinions are my own.


WALLY! #RedSoxFamily

WALLY! #RedSoxFamily

Sisters, Teammates, #RedSoxFamily

Sisters, Teammates, #RedSoxFamily

#RedSoxMoms Enjoying the game!

#RedSoxMoms Enjoying the game!

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