• Free Volleyball in Prospect Park, Brooklyn

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    Free volleyball open play at Prospect Park. Ideally for beginner to intermediate player who is comfortable with bump/set/spike. We will have two nets when more people showed up. Bring plenty of water for yourself. Come out to have fun and bring home the following: 1) Improve Cardiovascular Health. ... 2) Improve Muscular System. ... 3) Weight Loss. ... 4) Improves Hand-Eye Coordination. ... 5) Develop Balance, Speed, Flexibility, and Stamina. ... 6) Improves Interpersonal Skills. ... 7) Reduces Stress and Anxiety. ... 8) Develop Self Esteem. We will do this every Saturday till it's too cold outside. =========================== LEGAL DISCLAIMER You agree when you sign up for this group or any of its organized events that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being. Outdoor events can be inherently dangerous and accidents may and do happen. By participating in any event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. All participants and yourself must take full responsibility for their own actions. If you choose to sign up for any event, you are releasing the Group and its Organizers from all and any liability in case of possible injuries and/or death. You acknowledge and understand fully that there are risks and dangers of serious bodily injury and death that could result from your participation in any event. You have voluntarily elected to participate in the events and FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL RISKS AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURY, LOSSES AND DAMAGES TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT INCUR AS A RESULT OF YOUR PARTICIPATION. You agree not to hold the Organizer(s), Event Organizer(s), or any other member(s) responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any and all consequences arising therefrom, that may occur at an organized event.

  • Free Volleyball in Prospect Park, Brooklyn

    Prospect Park

    Free volleyball open play at Prospect Park. Ideally for beginner to intermediate player who is comfortable with bump/set/spike. We will have two nets when more people showed up. Bring plenty of water for yourself. Come out to have fun and bring home the following: 1) Improve Cardiovascular Health. ... 2) Improve Muscular System. ... 3) Weight Loss. ... 4) Improves Hand-Eye Coordination. ... 5) Develop Balance, Speed, Flexibility, and Stamina. ... 6) Improves Interpersonal Skills. ... 7) Reduces Stress and Anxiety. ... 8) Develop Self Esteem. We will do this every Saturday till it's too cold outside. =========================== LEGAL DISCLAIMER You agree when you sign up for this group or any of its organized events that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being. Outdoor events can be inherently dangerous and accidents may and do happen. By participating in any event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. All participants and yourself must take full responsibility for their own actions. If you choose to sign up for any event, you are releasing the Group and its Organizers from all and any liability in case of possible injuries and/or death. You acknowledge and understand fully that there are risks and dangers of serious bodily injury and death that could result from your participation in any event. You have voluntarily elected to participate in the events and FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL RISKS AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURY, LOSSES AND DAMAGES TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT INCUR AS A RESULT OF YOUR PARTICIPATION. You agree not to hold the Organizer(s), Event Organizer(s), or any other member(s) responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any and all consequences arising therefrom, that may occur at an organized event.

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  • Free Volleyball in Prospect Park, Brooklyn

    Prospect Park

    Free volleyball open play at Prospect Park. Ideally for beginner to intermediate player who is comfortable with bump/set/spike. We will have two nets when more people showed up. Bring plenty of water for yourself. Come out to have fun and bring home the following: 1) Improve Cardiovascular Health. ... 2) Improve Muscular System. ... 3) Weight Loss. ... 4) Improves Hand-Eye Coordination. ... 5) Develop Balance, Speed, Flexibility, and Stamina. ... 6) Improves Interpersonal Skills. ... 7) Reduces Stress and Anxiety. ... 8) Develop Self Esteem. We will do this every Saturday till it's too cold outside. =========================== LEGAL DISCLAIMER You agree when you sign up for this group or any of its organized events that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being. Outdoor events can be inherently dangerous and accidents may and do happen. By participating in any event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. All participants and yourself must take full responsibility for their own actions. If you choose to sign up for any event, you are releasing the Group and its Organizers from all and any liability in case of possible injuries and/or death. You acknowledge and understand fully that there are risks and dangers of serious bodily injury and death that could result from your participation in any event. You have voluntarily elected to participate in the events and FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL RISKS AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURY, LOSSES AND DAMAGES TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT INCUR AS A RESULT OF YOUR PARTICIPATION. You agree not to hold the Organizer(s), Event Organizer(s), or any other member(s) responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any and all consequences arising therefrom, that may occur at an organized event.

  • Fishing and Drinks: Gantry Park Pier

    Gantry Plaza State Park

    Let's go fishing and get some drinks. I have landed shark, sea bass, and random items. We might land a shark. We might get a random item of the East River. We can fish a pier of the Gantry. You are free to hang out versus fish also. You don't have to have gear. I have two fishing poles that I will share. No fishing skills? That's ok. I could teach some basics. I release the fish because I read the NYC fish eating advisory. But it is neat explore the fish of NYC waters. Have some gear? You could bring it. Regulations should be two poles per person at most. To fish, NYC requires a saltwater fishing registry. It's free. Apply and print the saltwater registry paper https://decals.dec.ny.gov/DECALSCitizenWeb/citizenhome.htm We could fish some and then go to a LIC bar. This is listed as 3 hours but we could go later if you like. NYC fish regs https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7894.html NYC fishing guide https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/8377.html The cell is[masked]. Feel free to call. Cell signal and internet of the cell could be wacky at the waterfront. I plan to fish the pier of the Gantry that lets people fish and plan list the clothes that I am wearing. I usually am wearing a fishing hat. After fishing some, we could go for drinks and or food. http://www.anablebasin.com/

  • Free Volleyball in Prospect Park, Brooklyn

    Prospect Park

    Free volleyball open play at Prospect Park. Ideally for beginner to intermediate player who is comfortable with bump/set/spike. We will have two nets when more people showed up. Bring plenty of water for yourself. Come out to have fun and bring home the following: 1) Improve Cardiovascular Health. ... 2) Improve Muscular System. ... 3) Weight Loss. ... 4) Improves Hand-Eye Coordination. ... 5) Develop Balance, Speed, Flexibility, and Stamina. ... 6) Improves Interpersonal Skills. ... 7) Reduces Stress and Anxiety. ... 8) Develop Self Esteem. We will do this every Saturday till it's too cold outside. =========================== LEGAL DISCLAIMER You agree when you sign up for this group or any of its organized events that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being. Outdoor events can be inherently dangerous and accidents may and do happen. By participating in any event, you're taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being. All participants and yourself must take full responsibility for their own actions. If you choose to sign up for any event, you are releasing the Group and its Organizers from all and any liability in case of possible injuries and/or death. You acknowledge and understand fully that there are risks and dangers of serious bodily injury and death that could result from your participation in any event. You have voluntarily elected to participate in the events and FULLY ACCEPT AND ASSUME ALL RISKS AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURY, LOSSES AND DAMAGES TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT INCUR AS A RESULT OF YOUR PARTICIPATION. You agree not to hold the Organizer(s), Event Organizer(s), or any other member(s) responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any and all consequences arising therefrom, that may occur at an organized event.

  • Labor Day Weekend in the Catskills!

    Blue Mountain Campground

    Join us for camping and hiking in the Catskills! You must join and pay to RSVP on the Campers' Group page: https://www.meetup.com/campersgroup/events/261168419/. We have reserved several campsites, which will allow us to form our own large group area at Blue Mountain Campground. Each site contains a campfire ring and picnic table, however, we will have a larger site designated for our group campfire and potluck dinner. Bathrooms/showers and potable water are located a short walk away. There is also a playground, pool, rec hall, outdoor pavilion, organized games, and other amenities for everyone! Located near excellent hiking in the Catskill mountains, it is also just a 10 minute drive to Saugerties and 15 minutes to Woodstock NY. *** RSVPs are per tent, not per person. *** If you or someone you know wants to travel by bus, we can make arrangements to pick you up in Saugerties. Schedule and tickets: https://trailwaysny.com/bus-between-saugerties-kingston-new-paltz-new-york-city/ Start and end times above reflect only the hours we are allowed to occupy the campsite. You are welcome to arrive any time Friday or Saturday. When you RSVP, you are paying for all 3 nights. The payment of $68.50 (at https://www.meetup.com/campersgroup/events/261168419/) is for one tent, which will cover the cost to camp with the group for the weekend. During the weekend, we may split the cost of firewood, if needed. You may also send a check for $66, made out to Campers' Group, to: Campers' Group, 48 S. High Street Mt. Vernon, NY 10550. Once the event host or group organizer is notified of receipt of your check, you will be added to the wait list, when/if RSVPs are open, you will be added to the "going" list. ******************************************************************** We will provide a refund (less Paypal fee) 30 days or more before the trip. After then, we offer a refund only if we have enough people to cover our expenses, or can replace you to maintain the same attendance. Refunds are offered on a first come, first served basis, and only after the trip has ended. ******************************************************************** When you sign up with this group for any of the events you have read and understand the following: If you join us for hiking, paddling, or any other activity, understand that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being and will hold no one else liable in case of injury or mishap. You agree not to hold the Organizer, Assistant Organizers, or any other members responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any other situation that may happen at a planned event. It is your responsibility to research the event, know the area, and bring the proper gear. Your attendance on this trip signifies that you have read and accept the terms of this liability waiver.

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  • Trip Full - Explore the Canadian Rockies #1/2 (7 Days): Aug 2019

    HI Lake Louise Alpine Centre

    ⭐️ THE PERFECT GROUP OUTDOOR ADVENTURE IN THE SPECTACULAR CANADIAN ROCKIES! ⭐️ (Includes transport by private trail shuttle for 3 days) Aug 26 to Sep 1, 2019 • 7 Days/ 6 Nights From $999 CAD (About US $750) – EARLY BIRD Flight NOT incl. EVENT CATEGORY: Hiking Trip, Multi-day. DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Intermediate to advanced ~ Recent experience hiking 16km (10mi)/day or more required. DESCRIPTION Immerse yourself in some of the most amazing scenery and urban life that Canada offers, hike on scenic and well-maintained mountain trails, spot diverse wildlife, and rest by brilliant turquoise lakes in the amazing Canadian Rockies. Discover Moraine Lake, the Athabasca Glacier and hike the trails overlooking the gorgeous Takakkaw Falls on included day trips, or choose from one of the many exciting optional activities in the Lake Louise area, such as canoeing, a scenic gondola ride or extreme zip lining. Each day will be even more exciting than the last! Max 10 participants. We recommend that you register on this site by June 1 to secure your spot. • VIDEOS VISIT https://www.torontohiking.com/blogs/members-blog/entry/videos-canadian-rockies-01.html ⭐️ ⭐️ HOW TO REGISTER ⭐️ ⭐️ CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK to see the full description and register via TorontoHiking: https://www.torontohiking.com/blogs/group-hikes-blog/entry/canadian-rockies-01.html *** Event offered in conjunction with TorontoHiking, a great online resource for hiking and nature lovers! (TorontoHiking.com) ***

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  • Volleyball in Marine Park Brooklyn

    Marine Park

    Volleyball for intermediate and beginner in Marine Park, Brooklyn. Come join us for fun. Cost: free What to bring: water

  • Adirondack 46er - Mt. Colden via TRAP DIKE!

    Adirondak Loj & Heart Lake Program Center

    On a summer day in 1850, two workers from the McIntyre Iron Company set out to stand on top of the unclimbed Mt. Colden (4,715 ft), an Adirondack High Peak named after an investor of the Iron Works. Since no trail existed, the pair started up the only weakness in the mountain, a large dike on the west side that spilled into Avalanche Lake. They followed the dike up the mountain until the walls disappeared. They soon found themselves ascending an exposed slide into the unknown. A few hundred feet of scrambling lead to the summit. Later that night, the pair celebrated their first ascent by killing a deer and cooking it over a fire. Sounds like a plan to me (minus the deer-killing part). Now, the particulars: ~13 mi, ~3000 ft gain. DO NOT even think of signing up for this hike if you are not 100% comfortable with extreme exposure, navigating steep terrain, and rock scrambling (i.e., use of hands and feet). This is one of the most challenging non-technical hikes in the Adirondacks. It will involve class 4 scrambling up steep, exposed terrain and navigating flowing water - first up the dike, then up the slide, over a distance of ~2000 ft. If you fall, you risk SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND/OR DEATH. Rain the day before/day of cancels. *** NOT A BEGINNER HIKE! *** LEGAL DISCLAIMER You agree when you sign up for this group or any of its organized events that you have read and understand the following: If you join us for a hike or any other organized event, you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being and will hold no one else liable in case of injury or mishap. You agree not to hold the Organizer(s), Event Organizer(s), or any other member(s) responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any and all consequences arising therefrom, that may occur at an organized event. It is your responsibility to read the full event description, research the event, know the area and weather, and bring the proper gear and supplies. This release extends and applies to all injuries, loss, damages, and liability, whether to person, property, or otherwise, and whether known, anticipated, or foreseeable at any time either prior to, during, or following the organized event. Your attendance at any organized event signifies that you have read, and that you understand and unconditionally accept, the terms of this disclaimer. By signing up for this group or any of its organized events, you understand that any and all participation in organized events is AT YOUR OWN RISK. Organizers of this group are just that; there are no leaders on hikes or at any other organized events. You are your own leader.

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