CityLax Gala set for April 26th

Celebrating a decade of growing the game in NYC’s public schools and underserved communities.

The 10th Annual CityLax Gala: All In!

Tuesday, April 26th at 5:30pm

Hosted by ESPN’s Paul Carcaterra

Boys participants at our Brooklyn Winter Clinics, led by volunteer coaches, Rudy Martinez (St. Mary’s ’01), Christopher Blanco (NYU ’08), John Green (Vanderbilt ’09), and John Minieri (Canisius ’10)

JOIN US AT

New York Athletic Club

180 Central Park South, New York, NY 10019

BUSINESS CASUAL / COCKTAIL ATTIRE

RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY:

Purchase Tickets
Drinks Hors d’oeuvres
Silent Auction
Live Appeal
Meet & Greet Lacrosse Legends
Don’t miss out on the lacrosse event of the year in New York City!

Dear CityLax Supporter,

Please join us for a great evening of lacrosse and community, as we celebrate our 10th year of growing the game in New York City’s underserved communities. It’s a family event–bring the kids!

  • General Admission: $200 (early bird special!)
  • Young Professionals (Ages 18-30): $125
  • Youth ticket (Under 18): $100 (early bird special!)
Hurry! Early bird discounts are available through March 31st.
This event has sold out the past three years.

Visit citylaxgala2016.eventbrite.com to purchase tickets, programs ads, sponsor a team, and find more information about how you can support the growth of lacrosse in New York City’s public schools and underserved communities.


About CityLax

CityLax, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to growing the game of lacrosse in New York City in a public-private partnership with the Public School (PSAL) system and in partnerships and alliances with community-based organizations. We are currently focused on introducing and expanding lacrosse into New York City schools and geographies that historically have had little or no access to the game and that are predominantly comprised of populations from lower income families. Through a character-based mentoring/coaching program, CityLax uses lacrosse as a teaching mechanism for helping student-athletes see the value of taking charge of their education, living a healthier lifestyle, and developing life skills for successful  college and career advancement. Learn more at www.citylax.org.CityLax is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit