Join Ironstone Farm at the Lowell Spinners Saturday, July 25
[caption id="attachment_3045" align="alignright" width="300"] Ironstone Farm was honored as a Spinners charity at the Spinners Home Opener, a win for the good guys.[/caption]
Ironstone Farm Night at Lowell Spinners
Saturday, July 25, 5:05 p.m.
LeLacheur Park, 450 Aiken St., Lowell, MA
Spinners (Red Sox) vs. Auburn Doubledays (Nationals)
$9 tickets for game only
$29 for tickets and all-you-can-eat BBQ
There are so many reasons to join Ironstone Farm Night at the Lowell Spinners.
Pirates Night: Arrrgh-uably the best night of the season
Don a patch, a peg leg or baseball-loving parrot who squawks “Polly want a homer” and join the fun. Pirates Night is one of the Spinners’ most beloved promotions each year.
Autism Awareness Night: Welcoming environment at the ballpark
The Spinners once again partner with the G-Man Foundation to create an “autism friendly” environment at the ballpark while raising awareness for autism.
‘Toy Story’: No need to go to infinity & beyond
Who needs to find a drive-in, when you have a Jumbotron? After the game, stay and celebrate the 20th anniversary of Woody, Buzz and the gang with a free showing of Pixar’s beloved animated classic “Toy Story.”
No-lose options: Awesome barbecue or simple pleasures
You have two options:
Game ticket only ($9) or ticket and all-you-can eat barbecue ($29 – and totally worth it).
The game starts at 5:05.
The Home Plate BBQ is open 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., allowing two hours to enjoy an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of slow-cooked ribs, chicken, pulled pork, burgers, hotdogs, corn bread, veggie burgers, baked potatoes, salad, beans, corn on the cob, watermelon and more.
There’s a cash bar, in addition to Coke products and water
Jumpin’ Jack Flash the Frisbee Dog performs his high-flying, disc-catching antics between innings throughout the game.
What are you waiting for? Join us now! Call Ironstone Farm at 978-475-4056 to reserve your tickets. You can buy tickets at the Welcome Center.