You don’t want to miss all of the exciting activities lined up on Sunday from 12-3 p.m. including:
- Skills competitions including fastest shot, trick shot and accuracy
- Specialty clinics with Major League Lacrosse players Anthony Kelly, Greg Bice and Max Schmidt
- Appearances by The Ohio State University men’s and women’s lacrosse teams
- A clinic just for the girls
- Many games, drills and much more!
All participants are asked to make a minimum donation of $25 and will receive a cinch bag. All event proceeds directly support the mission of the Lacrosse the Nations and participants will also have the opportunity to purchase Lacrosse the Nations merchandise and gear on Sunday. Click here for more information on the Festival!
About Lacrosse the Nations:
Lacrosse the Nations began as a simple conversation between Brad Corrigan and Brett Hughes in 2008 about the truest power of sports to bring people together all over the world regardless of age, background, sex, ethnicity, experience or even language.
This conversation ultimately led to Lacrosse the Nations’ inaugural trip in January 2009 to La Chureca, a community in Managua, Nicaragua where Brad had already been working for several years. Together, Brad and Brett founded Lacrosse the Nations, on the belief that the game of lacrosse they were given growing up held the potential to bring joy, hope, and change into hard pressed communities enduring poverty.
Since this inaugural trip, Lacrosse the Nations has grown and developed through the passion and commitment of its team.
Current Lacrosse the Nations International Programs:
Colegio Esperanza- La Chureca, Nicaragua
Colegio Chiquilistagua- Chiquilistagua, Nicaragua
Abriendo Mentes- Potrero, Costa Rica
Current Lacrosse the Nations Domestic Programs:
Weinland Park, Ohio