DisabiLife: Summer Activities – The Long Island Ducks

Hi once more! This is Jonathan Feldman, with yet more action-packed DisabiLife summer activity information!

So far, we’ve covered under the sea with the Long Island Aquarium, and into air & space with the Cradle of Aviation Museum. So today, I figured we could stay land-bound with our summer activity.

Part III – The Long Island Ducks in Central Islip, NY 

What summer would be complete with America’s national pastime? No, I’m not talking about an apple pie eating contest – although that does also sound like a lot of fun. I’m talking about baseball!

And if you’re like me, and you’d rather not spend upwards of $50 per ticket for seats outside the nosebleed section, then a Minor League game might be just what you’re looking for! With tickets ranging from $13-15, or just $10-12 for group pricing, the Long Island Ducks provide an affordable alternative for a memorable summer experience. (Please note, however: You WILL be quacked at.)

If you’re planning an event or party, there are options for groups as well! You can rent a suite for up to 20 people, with AC, cable, and catering services. You can also reserve the party deck along the third base line for up to 40 people, which provides wait service and food for your party. Or, if you REALLY want to throw a big party, the picnic area can be rented for 90 minutes, and holds up to 300 people, with an all-you-can-eat buffet!

A Minor League baseball game is a great activity to do alongside family, friends, or even coworkers. At eVero, one of the Summer activities we occasionally do as a company is to enjoy a Ducks game!

The eVero Team at our 2018 Summer Outing!

Some of the eVero team gathering for fireworks!

If you want to learn more about the LI Ducks, check them out on Facebook.

Thanks for reading along with my summer activities roundup over the past few weeks! These were just a few of the things you can do this summer on Long Island. Other options include touring villages, going shopping, hitting the beach, catching a theater performance or concert, and so much more! Personally, I’ll stick with the options that involve being indoors with air conditioning.

Anyway, that’s all for now! This has been Jonathan Feldman, and I hope you manage to stay cool this summer!

Written By: Jonathan Feldman

This blog post was written by a member of the eVero Outreach team. The Outreach program aims to teach individuals with disabilities marketable job skills, and enable them to find gainful employment. To learn more about eVero Outreach, click here.