Event: SLAMT1D’S 10th Annual Vermont Summer Classic
Date: Friday, August 27th (Games start at 3:30 PM) Saturday, August 28th (Games start at 9:00 AM)
Location: Little Fenway Complex, 17 Sawmill Road, Essex Junction, VT 05452
Age Range: Grandkid - Grandparent. There is no age limit at this event! That said, games are competitive and the average age range is between 15-45.
Beneficiary: Proceeds from the 10th Annual Vermont Summer Classic benefit children and adults battling T1D (Type 1 diabetes), specifically those within Vermont and the New England area. T1D is a lethal, life-altering autoimmune disease which cannot be prevented and for which there is currently no cure.
ON-SITE RELATED QUESTIONS:
No Dogs Allowed
Where do I park? – Free parking is available above Little Fenway and below Little Wrigley. Please follow the directional signs for instructions.
Is the facility handicap accessible? – Yes. The entire property is handicap accessible. Please be advised that paths leading to and from the fields are made of small bits of gravel.
Are there restrooms? – Yes. On the driveway leading to the entrance of Little Fenway there will be several port-a-johns. There is also one located below Little Wrigley.
Is there food available? – Yes. There will be multiple food vendors present at the tournament!
Can I bring my own food and drink? – Yes! However, we strongly encourage you to visit the vendors as they offer delicious food options and normally donate a portion of their sales!
Who do I make a check out to? – SLAMT1D, Inc.
Where do I send it? – SLAMT1D: 81 Foothills Drive, Jericho, VT 05465
Is my donation tax deductible? – Yes. Please remember that SLAMT1D, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation operating under FEIN: 46-3620415. All donations are tax deductible.
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