Celebrate Cambridge Day at Harvard in 2010

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This Saturday is the annual Cambridge Day game at Harvard.  What this means is that you can get into the game for free if you are a Cambridge resident.  This is a great way to enjoy being part of the Harvard community since they are such a huge part of what Cambridge is well-known for.  Harvard sports events are great inexpensive entertainment options.  Kids are actually admitted for free for all the football games(except for THE GAME against Yale).

This week’s game is against Cornell.  This is a conference game and a great chance for Harvard to continue it’s streak after last week’s win against Lafayette and get an Ivy League conference win under their belt.

Though Harvard is better known for it’s academics they offer a full offering of sports teams which makes for great opportunities for things to do both with and without kids.  Saturday’s game will take place at Historic Harvard Stadium at 12 noon.  Interestingly enough ticket prices for games can vary depending on the game with the game tickets against Yale being as high as $50 for preferred seats.  This of course makes sense since it is the most in demand game of the season.  Usually the tickets for adults are in the $15 to $20 range.

More details can be found at the GoCrimson.com website which has a section for fans called the fanzone.  It includes parking details if you plan to drive and a section for a Kids Club where you can buy a membership for only $15 that includes a t-shirt and 2 youth game tickets for 5 different sports.

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