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UACA Labor Neighbor Day
September 2 @ 8:30 am
The day of activities including Bike Races for kids up to 15 years old and the famed “Wiffle Ball Tournament”. A great day of events for the whole family. Labor Neighbor Day is a day to help draw the summer to a close with friendly competition. It also coincides with Annual Labor Day Arts Fest produced by Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Commission.
8:30 AM @ Hastings Middle School Track (1850 Hastings Ln, Upper Arlington, OH 43220)
Bring your bike and show us your speed!
Registration starts at 8:30 AM, with races starting at approximately 9:00. Races will be by age groups and boy/girl format starting with the 2 and under competitors on their big wheels, tricycles and bikes with training wheels and finishing with the 12-15 year olds. Helmets required for all riders – no scooters please. Adult and child tandem races will also be on the schedule. All riders receive a participation ribbon. Trophies awarded for top finishers by race type.
WIFFLE BALL TOURNAMENT
NOON @ fields at Reed Road Park behind Hastings Middle School (1850 Hastings Ln, Upper Arlington, OH 43220)
6 players, minimum, needed to field team with no more than 3 players over 13 allowed on the field at one time. Parent/guardian sign-off will be required. Note: Participants must be in 9th grade or younger. Registration begins at NOON at the fields with a rule briefing and the world cup style tournament will start at approximately 1:00 PM.
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