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Parks Department summer sports centers extended to August 28


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Parks and Recreation

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that with the gradual return of activities to City parks, the 2020 White Stadium, East Boston, and South Boston sports centers are being extended through August 28. 

The sports centers offer free summer camp alternatives to Boston youth who might otherwise have no opportunity to attend such programming.  Each location offers instruction in a number of popular sports through Friday, August 28.  All sports centers are offered free of charge to Boston residents and open to boys and girls ages 7 to 14.  Parents may register their children for just one week or the entire summer.

The sports centers are operated in accordance with current public health guidelines. Children and staff wear face coverings and maintain six feet of social distance at all times, activities are organized in groups of ten or fewer, and programs are held completely outdoors.

For more information about the White Stadium Sports Center serving Jamaica Plain and Roxbury, please call (617) 961-3084 or email  

For more information about the East Boston Sports Center at East Boston Memorial Stadium, please call (617) 961-3083 or email

For more information about the South Boston Sports Center at M Street Park, please call (617) 961-3039 or email

Please note that lunch will be provided but participants must provide their own transportation.  Pre-registration is required for both groups and individuals.  For more information or to register online please go to