Event: Jewish Heritage Night with the World Champion San Francisco Giants
Posted by moshez on June 24, 2011
When: August 2nd, 2011, 4pm-11pm
Where: AT&T Park — 24 Willie Mays Plz., San Francisco, CA
It’s not very often that a World Champion team is playing in your backyard. It’s even less often that that team hosts a special night for Jewish fans all over the Bay Area. At the 2011 Giants Jewish Heritage Night, you get both. What a deal!
This year, we’ll mix and mingle that much more by buying one big block of tickets for all the South Bay young adult groups to share. Think about it: a chance to meet new people while enjoying America’s favorite pastime: Jews. Wait, no: baseball.
Join Jews’ Next Dor, JUCI, Hillel at Stanford Grads and Young Professionals, Moishe House of Palo Alto, Oshman Family JCC, Roots Collective, SVYAD, T’Keya, and Temple Emanu-El’s Chai Society to watch the Giants demolish the Arizona Diamondbacks. Game time is 7:15 PM, but pre-game activities start about 5 pm with a kosher BBQ, music, and dancing. For $24, you get a ticket to the game and a Jewish-themed give-away. Purchase yours today!
We’re hoping that Caltrain will still be providing special baseball service this summer, but in case that gets axed, let’s also gather some carpool information from you while we have your attention. In the event that we organize carpools, we will contact you with assignments, but it will be up to each car to determine how to split gas and parking expenses (which are not included in the price you are paying here).
If you would like to be included for carpools, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your response to the following questions:
Are you willing to be a driver? If yes, how many people, including yourself, can you take in your car?
What city will you be coming from? How many miles from your starting point are you willing to travel to meet your carpool?
Would you like to be up in the city for the pregame barbeque, or only the game? To get to the barbeque, carpools will have to be leaving the South Bay around 4:30; to only make it in time for the game, carpools will be able to leave closer to 6:00.