Loving Lakewood: All-Stars
February 22, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Batter up! Community vibrancy is the ultimate team game. That’s why we at LakewoodAlive are lacing up our sneakers and donning our uniforms to invite you to a sports-themed celebration of the heart, hustle and teamwork that has built Lakewood into a community of champions.
LakewoodAlive proudly announces Loving Lakewood: All-Stars taking place Saturday, February 22, from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Lakewood Masonic Temple. Guests are cordially invited to sport their favorite jersey and bring their ‘A’ game as they take to the gridiron to celebrate our vibrant community at this historic venue-turned-arena in Downtown Lakewood.
Tickets for Loving Lakewood: All-Stars go on sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 7, and can be secured at LakewoodAlive.org/AllStars. Guests can step up to the plate to either VIP or General Admission ticket options and get ready to enjoy sports-themed food, drinks, décor and entertainment.
Proceeds will support LakewoodAlive’s programming as we strive to foster and sustain vibrant neighborhoods in Lakewood. Much like a team of destiny with a Cinderella story on a championship quest, we at LakewoodAlive possess the dogged determination and tireless work ethic necessary to assist the wonderful residents of Lakewood along the journey to achieving an even more vibrant community.
More details regarding Loving Lakewood: All-Stars will be unveiled in the coming weeks. For ongoing updates, please visit LakewoodAlive.org/AllStars, and be sure to act faster than a sprint to the goal line when tickets go on sale on January 7.
Community vibrancy is the ultimate team game. At LakewoodAlive our athletic ability is limited, yet we serve a vital role in the lives of Lakewood residents in need through our Housing Outreach Program. We’re in a league of our own when it comes to having the heart, hustle and teamwork to foster vibrant neighborhoods in our city. The 5.5 square miles comprising Lakewood is our ballpark, and we take our championship aspirations very seriously. As legendary football coach George Halas once said, “Nobody who ever gave their best regretted it.”