Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership: Harlem Bowl

Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership: Harlem Bowl

The first annual Harlem Bowl is on Saturday, November 23rd, at Randall’s Island, Field 90. Support our Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership (“HLL”) kids as the girls’ squads of Frederick Douglass Academy I (“FDA”) and P.S. 149 the Sojourner Truth School (“Truth”) face off against each other, as well as FDA’s boys taking on the Truth’s boys afterwards. Finally, the last game will be a battle between HLL’s boys’ and girls’ squads. The first game will start at noon and the last game will conclude by 4pm.

Event: Harlem Bowl
When: Saturday, Nov. 23
Where: 20 Randall’s Island Park, New York, NY 10035 / Field 90
Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm

– 12:30pm-1:30pm: FDA Girls vs. Truth Girls
– 2:00pm-3:00pm: FDA Boys vs. Truth Boys
– 3:00pm-4:00pm: HLL Girls (FDA & Truth) vs. HLL Boys (FDA & Truth)

Directions to Randall’s Island:
To reach via subway:
Take the 4,5, or 6 to 125th St., then transfer on the NW corner of 125th St. and Lexington Ave. for the M35 bus to Randall’s Island.

To reach by foot:
The 103rd Street Footbridge in Manhattan is open to pedestrians and cyclists 365 days per year, 24 hours per day and is accessible at the East River Esplanade at 103rd Street and FDR Drive. Take the 4/6 train to 103rd Street or the M15 bus to either 100th or 102nd Street. Walk east along 102nd Street to FDR Drive. Then, walk one block north directly onto the crossover leading into the Footbridge. Alternatively, take the M106 across town to FDR Drive and walk three blocks south. On Randall’s Island, the Footbridge is accessible at the southwest corner of the Island.

The Bronx Shore Footbridge at the Park’s northern end is slated to open in 2014 alongside the new South Bronx Connector to 132nd Street.

Pedestrian walkways on all three spans of the RFK Triborough Bridge connect the Park to Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens.
Manhattan: 125th Street and 2nd Avenue to just behind the Golf Center
Bronx: Cypress Avenue and Bruckner Boulevard to the Bronx Shore Fields
Queens: Hoyt Avenue and 28th Street, adjacent to the Astoria Boulevard N/W station, to mid-Island, adjacent to the Central Fields

To reach by car:
All automobile access is via the RFK Triborough Bridge. There is also a new ramp to Randall’s Island off of the RFK Triborough Bridge from both the Bronx and Manhattan.

From Manhattan:
If paying with E-ZPass at toll: Stay left at toll plaza for the exit ramp to Randall’s Island, immediately after the toll plaza. If paying cash at toll: Stay right for the exit to Randall’s Island, about a half-mile past toll plaza.

From Queens:
Stay right for the exit to Randall’s Island, immediately after the toll plaza.

From the Bronx:
Once on the Bridge continue toward Queens. After the Queens toll plaza, bear right for the Randall’s Island exit (about 200 yards).

Only park in designated areas. You will find them on this website: http://randallsisland.org/visit/parking-on-randalls-island.

If you have any questions, contact [email protected].

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