As you read about Family day you know:
- There are games for EVERYONE!
- Four amazing teams
- It’s MARVEL themed this year
- You are invited!
Over the last few weeks, the teams met together to strategize! Creating flags, rehearsing a dance, planning a menu, shopping for gear, brainstorming… Serious preparations are being made for Family Day! Not to mention individuals exercising and training on their own time.
There are also boosters (mini games) during church services to win the team some advantages like a headstart in the go-cart race and a free soccer goal.
There has also been preliminaries for flag-football, volleyball, soccer and cricket during the last two Sundays.
There’s plenty to do before the big day! You are welcome to join us
T H I S S U N D A Y
At Baisely Pond Park!
Join us for a special church service at 10:30am and after we walk to the park at 1pm ⬇️
HopeNYC is heading out to Baisely Pond park on Sunday June 10th to have FAMILY DAY: AVENGERS EDITION!
Ever had a picnic or sports day with your family? Imagine that but larger with over 400 people! There will be tons of games for ALL AGES! Running races, Go cart racing, volleyball, cricket, dodgeball, 🎲 and so much more team games! Can’t walk? There will be table games like checkers and cards that will also be worth points! If you look out in the park for HopeNYC on Family Day, it will surely be the large, loud, colorful crowd of people!
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It’s not too late! You can visit HopeNYC for service on June 10th at 10:30am! Right after everyone will go to the park. You can be assigned to one of the 4 teams: Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther or Thor.
TONS of food, good music, dogs, dancing, games and the most awesome view of fireworks from the neighborhood at night. I can definitely say my fourth of July was well spent! As I walked in helping Jay deliver a large tray of chicken empanadas, we saw tables lined up with endless entrees! Pork chops, BBQ Chicken, homemade bread, pelau, turkey burgers, grilled fish, chicharon, macaroni pie, and much more! I saw people playing twister, table tennis, ludo, poker and volleyball. I sat with a group for a monopoly game. It didn’t go so well for me…I went to jail three times and had to pay somebody’s rent for almost every turn. I did come into plenty of money but it was hard to purchase properties that wasn’t already taken during my arrest. Overall I had fun loosing with good (competitive) friends. Speaking of that, two adorable friends joined us for the picnic.
Later on, we danced the night away in the church parking lot celebrating freedom!