Westwood, MA, November 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- New England Sports Academy (NESA) is organizing a Drop and Shop event for all the families in the community to alleviate the stress of shopping with children.
In keeping with NESA's spirit of community involvement and helping parents raise healthy individuals in minimally stressful environment, the Drop and Shop event is being held on the Black Friday of November 25, 2011.
Trained NESA staff will ensure that children are gainfully occupied while their parents can utilize the day to carry out their shopping and other errands. Parents also have the option to stay at NESA with their children and enjoy the Open Gym play time.
Like other NESA-organized events such as the NESA Night Out, this event promises to have the children engaged in fun activities and exciting learning experiences. With activities involving math, geography, chess, and gym time, parents can rest assured that their children are in good hands and fun company.
Parents have the choice to enroll their children for the event, or join in themselves as well and make it a family celebration. Prices vary for both and details are as given:
Drop and Shop full and half days begin at 8 a.m. and run until 1p.m. for a half day or 4p.m for a full day.
Prices: $50 and $70 per child.
Open Gym hours start early at 9am and run till 2pm. $25 for a family of 3
To know more about the event please visit - http://www.nesacademy.com/.
The New England Sports Academy is a facility committed to providing children equal opportunities in the areas of sports, fitness, and overall wellness, irrespective of their economic or social status. Alongside, it also provides parents with a sound support system to enable them to raise productive and healthy individuals with solid values and established priorities.
The facility provides training in various areas of competitive and recreational sports for children and adults, including academics and arts, gymnastics, martial arts, dance, basketball, baseball, soccer and many more, as well as conducting periodic events and field trips and running seasonal camps and clinics. These activities are focused on the all-around development of children. Check out your favorite sports information at http://www.nesacademy.com