Harlem RBI Will Host Two Girls Day Celebrations

Published on April 23, 2015, 11:22 am
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Harlem RBI will host two Girls Day celebrations for program recruitment at the South Bronx and East Harlem locations on Sunday, April 26, 2015 and Sunday, May 3, 2015 (rain date May 17) respectively from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Harlem RBI Will Host Two Girls Day Celebrations

These events are free and open to all families of East Harlem and South Bronx with girls ages 4-15.

At Girls Day, attendees will enjoy participating in softball exercises, crafts, dance contests, team building activities and more while learning about Harlem RBI’s after school and summer programs. All those who arrive with an eligible participant for program enrollment can register at the event and will be entered in a raffle.

The events will take place as follows:


East 148th Street between Morris and College Avenues, Bronx, NY. Rain space: PS 18 John Peter Zenger, 502 Morris Avenue, Bronx, NY.


East 101st Street Between 1st and 2nd Avenues, New York, NY.


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Harlem RBI, a 501(c)3 non profit organization, began in 1991 when a group of volunteers transformed an abandoned, garbage-strewn lot into two baseball diamonds for the youth of East Harlem. Since then, Harlem RBI has grown to serve more than 1,700 boys and girls, ages 5-22, with year-round academic, sports and enrichment programs in East Harlem and South Bronx. Since 2005, 94% of Harlem RBI seniors have graduated high school, 92% of seniors have been accepted into college and 99% of participants have avoided teen parenthood.

To learn more about Harlem RBI, please visit here.


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