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PLAY

Kids Fitness

At City Parks Foundation, our mission is to create vibrant and healthy urban communities for all New Yorkers. Through our kids fitness programs like Everyday Play, we activate neighborhood parks with programs for kids & their families. We help New Yorkers stay active, healthy and make new friends.

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EVERYDAY PLAY

July – August
Ages 8-17

Everyday Play is a free, 5-day per week multi-sport program for kids ages 8-17, in Kaiser Park in Coney Island, Brooklyn and Williamsbridge Oval, Bronx as well as in Baisley Pond Park, Queens. . Students participate in a rotational schedule of activities which typically feature two different sports each day including tennis, golf, track & field, soccer and general fitness. Throughout the six week program, instructors work through individual curricula for each sport developed by CPF that introduces the basics of these sports while also providing fun games and competitions to keep youth active and engaged.

APPLY NOW

  • Please note: Registration must be completed online. No walk-in registration will take place in 2021
  • Participants are expected to attend 5-days per week and take part in all of the different activities held each day
  • Strict adherence to CPF safety protocols and guidelines will be required for participation (See parent application for more information)

Kaiser Park, Brooklyn • Neptune Ave. & Bayview Ave. • Monday – Friday 9am – 12pm

Williamsbridge Oval, Bronx • E. 208th St. & Bainbridge Ave • Monday – Friday 9am-12pm

Baisley Pond Park, Queens • 150th St. & 133rd Ave.th Ave. • Monday – Friday 9am – 12pm

For more information, email Sports@CityParksFoundtion.org

SUPPORT CITY PARKS FOUNDATION

At City Parks Foundation, our mission is to encourage New Yorkers to use their neighborhood parks by offering free environmental education, arts, sports, and community-building programs that bring people into their local green spaces. Please give now if you can—we know that city parks will continue to thrive when all New Yorkers get involved.