By News Room Staff –
Just a couple of months after hosting fans for Halloween in the park, the Worcester are doing it again. This Saturday they announced that Polar Park will be the site of the Inaugural “WooSox Winter Wonderland” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Worcester Red Sox say that the event is free and is open to families and fans of all ages.
“WooSox Winter Wonderland” will also provide an exclusive opportunity to purchase WooSox ’22 “Tickets Under the Tree,” commemorative holiday ticket gifts that will be redeemable for 2022 home games after the New Year.
If you’re looking for something this weekend that the whole family can get into doing, this is a family-friendly event which includes free hot cocoa, egg nog, chocolate chip cookies, and Table Talk Pies.
Also joining the festivities will be Red Sox Alumni Sam Horn and Lenny DiNardo to meet fans, take pictures, and sign autographs (Sam from 11 a.m.–12 noon and Lenny from 1-2 p.m.).
What would any Winter Wonderland spectacular be without Santa? Well the WooSox have announced that Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be the guests of mascots Smiley Ball and Woofster the WonderDog.
If you’re still doing your Christmas shopping, well your in luck because the WooSox say that the WooSox Baseball Store will be open for those seeking new, fresh merchandise for Christmas.
I’m a statement WooSox President Dr. Charles A. Steinberg said, “We seek to shower our fans with the spirit we feel this time of year, a spirit our fans have showered upon us all year long. We hope to show our appreciation and gratitude for a magical season in this ‘Wonderful World of Worcester.’”
Earlier this week The Worcester Red Sox were twice honored at the start of Baseball’s Winter Meetings as baseball’s CommUNITY Champion and for their Latinx outreach through their “Wepas de Worcester” campaign. Fans will be able to see and take photos with both trophies.
The list of things to keeps going on in the climate-controlled DCU Club and on the Hanover Deck, with a Corn Hole, coloring Smiley holiday pages, and letters to Santa.
Fans can enter Polar Park at Rodenhiser Gate C on the corner of Madison and Washington Streets.