The Just Play Ball program is a free Grasroots initiative run by the Dugout Club in East Richmond, BC and hosted at King George Park on Wednesday's. Children between the age of 5-14 are welcome to attend and learn the FUNdamentals of Baseball. 

For more information on the Dugout Club, please go here


2017 Just Play Ball Events

Event Location Dates Cost Register
Just Play Ball (June 14) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jun. 14/17
6:00pm
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registration
ended
Just Play Ball (June 21) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jun. 21/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (June 28) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jun. 28/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (July 5) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jul. 5/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (July 19) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jul. 19/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (July 26) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Jul. 26/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Aug 2) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Aug. 2/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Aug 9) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Aug. 9/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Aug 16) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Aug. 16/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Aug 23) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Aug. 23/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Aug 30) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Aug. 30/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Sept 6) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Sep. 6/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Sept 13) King George Park
Richmond
Wed, Sep. 13/17
6:00pm
--
registration
ended
Just Play Ball (Sept 20) Age 5-8 McNeely Elementary
Richmond
Wed, Sep. 20/17
6:00pm
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Just Play Ball (Sept 20) Age 9-12 McNeely Elementary
Richmond
Wed, Sep. 20/17
7:00pm
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registration
ended

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