If the baseball season always seems to short for you, here is your chance to get a jumpstart on practices. This year FPESLL coaches will be holding indoor conditioning clinics for FPESLL players. More information on the clinic can be found below:
Who: FPESLL players only age 7-12.
Dates: Saturdays February 1 - March 28
( NOTE: 2 of these sessions, dates TBD will be cancelled to use the space for Majors tryouts and a coaching clinic.)
Times: 7-9 year old group: 3-4 PM
10-12 year old group: 4-5 PM
If spaces are still available in March, players will be permitted to register for March sessions only for a prorated fee.
Register for the clinics HERE.
Please contact us HERE if you have any questions
Registration is now OPEN for our Spring 2020 season. Please click HERE for more information and a link to our registration page.
Register as soon as possible to take advantage of early bird pricing.
Celebrate the start of the season by coming out with the rest of the league to a Brown Baseball game on Saturday April 13. We will gather near the Nelson Fitness Center, near the giant bear statue at 10:15 AM. Players will receive their jerseys and caps, which they can then throw on over their other clothes. Players will then gather with their teams and around 10:30 we will begin a mini parade to the ballfield. Before the game, we will be brought onto the field for the national anthem and one lucky AAA or Majors player in attendance will be selected to throw out the first pitch for their Noon game against Dartmouth. Families are encouraged to stay and watch the game at Brown's beautiful ballfield.
PLEASE BRING A CANNED GOOD OR OTHER NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM TO THE EVENT TO BE DONATED TO THE RI COMMUNITY FOOD BANK.
The annual Providence Children’s Film Festival takes place in February at multiple venues within walking distance of downtown Providence, with over ten days of screenings, filmmaking workshops, and free activities, along with post-film conversations that help deepen the film-watching experience and foster critical thinking skills. During the festival, PCFF screens an average of 18 feature-length and over 100 short films—including live-action, documentary, and animation—made by filmmakers from around the world. Since 2014, PCFF has included the Youth Filmmaker Showcase, a juried program of films made by youth, followed by an opportunity for young filmmakers to talk about both the fun and the challenges they face during the creative process.
This year the festival is celebrating its 10th Anniversary, February 15-28 at venues in Providence and in nearby communities. Please click HERE for more information.