Are you ready for some baseball and a fun-filled night for the whole family?
Jewish Heritage Night at the Lehigh Valley IronPigs is back for its fourth year. This year’s game will take place on Tuesday, May 23, at 7:05 p.m.
Kosher food will be available, and attendees who purchase tickets as part of a group will receive an IronPigs golf towel created just for the occasion.
The event is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley and brings the whole community together.
“This is definitely one of my favorite nights of the year,” said Aaron Gorodzinsky, director of outreach and community relations for the Federation. “How often can you enjoy a kosher hot dog in the stands of a beautiful ballpark surrounded by tons of people you know?”
Many Jewish organizations have purchased group tickets to allow community members to take advantage of two exciting ticket packages. $20 tickets include the golf towel plus a voucher for the kosher food stand including a kosher hot dog or knish, chips and soda or bottled water, all LVKC supervised. $15 tickets include the towel and $2 in ballpark credit.
To purchase tickets, contact Bnai Abraham Synagogue, Chabad of the Lehigh Valley, Congregation Brith Sholom, Congregation Keneseth Israel, Congregation Sons of Israel, the Jewish Community Center, the Jewish Day School, the Jewish Federation, Temple Beth El, Temple Covenant of Peace or Temple Shirat Shalom or visit www.jewishlehighvalley.org/ironpigs.