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Worldwide Day of Play is part of Nickelodeon’s ongoing health and wellness efforts and continues the network’s legacy of promoting pro-social initiatives to its viewers. Kids and families can visit http://www.nick.com/play to find photos and videos from “Road to Worldwide Day of Play” events, get tips on the ways to celebrate play and access toolkits to help plan their own Worldwide Day of Play activities.

Earlier this year, Nick kicked off its “Road to Worldwide Day of Play” initiative, a summer-long celebration of play that made stops across the country to empower kids to get up and get active. Events were held in partnership with the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education; Boys & Girls Clubs of America; NFL PLAY 60  and the Jacksonville Jaguars; Derek Jeter’s  Turn 2 Foundation; and Dwyane Wade’s Wade’s World Foundation.




"NICKELODEON CELEBRATES ALL THE WAYS KIDS PLAY WITH ITS 13th ANNUAL
WORLDWIDE DAY OF PLAY AND A SLIME-FILLED BROOKLYN EVENT,
                              SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 10am-2pm

Prospect Park Event to Feature Activities from Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City,
    Major League Baseball’s PLAY BALL and World Baseball Classic, NFL PLAY 60,
                                  Special Olympics and More

  Appearances by Brooklyn Nets players Jeremy Lin and Joe Harris
and Stars of Nickelodeon’s Legendary Dudas

       On Saturday, Sept. 17, Nickelodeon will celebrate its 13th annual Worldwide Day of Play in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. The slime-filled event will feature Nickelodeon-themed games and fitness-themed activities hosted by Nick’s long-standing local partners, including the Art of Stepping, Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Canine Companions for Independence, Major League Baseball’s PLAY BALL and World Baseball Classic, NBA Fit, New York Road Runners (NYRR), NFL PLAY 60, Playworks, Special Olympics, Street Soccer USA and USA BMX.

     Highlights for the day-long celebration include appearances by the stars of Nickelodeon’s Legendary Dudas, and Brooklyn Nets players Jeremy Lin and Joe Harris. Activities include a Super Slime obstacle course, Nick bowling, a slime booth, costume characters, a Nick Radio dance party, and more.


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