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@RedSox are #CallingAllKids to receive free tickets #RedSoxmoms

Want to bring your kids to Fenway and enjoy a kid friendly experience?

New for the 2015 season, The Red Sox are “Calling All Kids” to join Red Sox Kid Nation.The first 25,000 kids who register for Red Sox Kid Nation (for free) will receive a free ticket to a 2015 game as part of the Calling All Kids program. Sign up here:

As part of the “Calling All Kids” program the team is making Fenway Park an even more kid-friendly atmosphere. Here are a few of the awesome additions.

Gate K & Kid Nation Concourse – This special new entrance at Fenway is dedicated to children and families and will be located adjacent to Gate B near the corner of Van Ness and Ipswich Streets. The gate will lead fans into the new Kid Nation Concourse featuring new attractions for young fans, including: A seven-foot giant Wally bobblehead, Interactive video wall, Life-size images & footprints Red Sox players, Balloon artist, stilt walker, and face painter will keep kids entertained!

• Wally’s Clubhouse – Red Sox Kid Nation Clubhouse is being transformed into the new “Wally’s Clubhouse,” open from the 3rd to the 7th inning season-long, providing families with little ones a place to play and walk around, and a welcoming venue for children to meet Wally the Green Monster.

• Red Sox Kids Crew – A new group of Fenway Park staff, Red Sox Kids Crew, will greet kids as they enter Gate K, lead children in games, and provide families with assistance and information about kid-friendly Fenway Park activities.

Be sure to sign up to enjoy a game and all the fun kid-focused activities! I am so excited to be a part of the #RedSoxMoms this year. I will be sure to update you on other fun Red Sox related activities.

Disclosure:  I was treated to a kick off luncheon for #RedSoxMoms this week and received a goodie bag with fun kid items such as a bobble head. All opinions in this post are my own.

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