The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is teaming up with Atlanta ContactPoint (ACP) to present the Atlanta BeltLine PLAYDAY for children and adults on Sunday, March 30, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Boulevard Crossing Park.
The City of Atlanta Parks and Rec, Park Pride, the Atlanta Sport and Social Club, and other local organizations are sponsoring the event.
PLAYDAY is a free, fun-filled day of sports, fitness, nutrition, and education, where local coaches and orga- nizations come together to facilitate activities, drills and games for various sports and activities. There will be separate fields for family activities and adult activities. Everyone is invited to join the fun.
“The Atlanta BeltLine is developing exciting new greenspaces that allow for Atlantans to engage in active lifestyles and embrace physical activity as a fun new way of life,” said Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Program Director Rob Brawner. “Through partnerships with organizations such as Atlanta ContactPoint, we are providing unique opportunities for people of all ages and fitness levels to enjoy their favorite sports as well as explore fun new fitness activities.”
David Epstein, founder of ACP said the PLAYDAY program started last year at Candler Park with more than 600 people attending the event.
“ACP is focused on creating ways to connect the dots between sports-centered and social-needs based organizations in Atlanta,” Epstein said.