The 20th LAX DAY Celebration

5th graders at last year’s LAX day.

Saturday April 29  •  10am – 3pm

Every year on LAX DAY players, coaches, parents and fans come together to celebrate all things lacrosse and show off the game of lacrosse to Ridgewood residents. All of the Ridgewood teams play a home game to show off their talent and skills as well as participate in competitions like “Fastest Shot” and Maverik Lacrosse. Little kids can enjoy games, face-painting, bouncy houses. Parents can shop for Lax Day apparel and munch on fun food.


8th Grade Ridgewood Lax-er, Justin, has teamed up with HUMC to help fight pediatric cancer and will be selling Ridgewood Lacrosse Day bag tags. Purchase a Ridgewood Lacrosse Day bag tag—available for a minimum donation of $10— and help tackle kids Cancer. (Tent will be on RHS field.)


Send us your favorite photos from the day!  Email
@ Ridgewood High School STADIUM FIELD

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