The Miami Marlins’ annual Jewish community celebration takes place on August 14 during the team’s home game against the defending World Series champion Atlanta Braves.
The game begins at 1:40 p.m. at Lone Depot Park at 501 Marlins Way in Miami. The Jewish Community Celebration ticket package includes a discounted ticket to the game, a commemorative 2022 Jewish Community Celebration Marlins hat and a donation back to a local Jewish Jewish men’s club. ,hatikwaho“(Israel’s national anthem) will be sung along with the “Star-Spangled Banner” (America’s national anthem), and kosher food will be available at the stadium.
The Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs is sponsoring a group to get into the sport. The package includes a round-trip bus ride and a ticket to the game in the bottom rows of Section 6. The FJMC has been moving to an annual event for the past eight years, known in the past as Jewish Heritage Day. This year, the organization will have bus stops in Palm Beach and Broward County Synagogues for pick-up and drop-off.
Gary Dalin, who serves on the Florida area of the Jewish Men’s Club Board of Directors and is former president of the Men’s Club of Temple Torat Emmet in Boynton Beach, said, “By taking a bus to Loandepot Park, you can avoid the hassle of driving. Let’s go down to Miami.”
“As well as the price of gas, it certainly pays for itself in gas money,” Dalin continued. “And you don’t have to worry about driving home if you have a few beers in the game.”
For information on how to buy tickets for games and bus rides, call the Temple Torat Emet office at 561-369-1112 or visit beth-am.org/event/jewish-heritage-day-2022. The last date for ordering tickets is July 15.
People can also visit Marlins.com/Jewish for special ticket packages.