Harry Kalas Museum Exhibit Opening
Baseball fans one and all are invited to attend the official public opening of the Harry Kalas Museum Exhibit at Laurel Hill Cemetery, the late sportscaster's final resting place. Many of the items featured in the exhibit personally belonged to Harry Kalas, bearing great sentimental value for fans and friends alike. Among some of the most intriguing items are the blue blazer and white loafers that were hung in the dugout as part of the Phillies' tribute to Harry last season. After viewing the exhibit, ticket holders will be able to watch the Phillies take on the Houston Astros under the afternoon sun on a large screen TV while enjoying cold beer, hotdogs, soft pretzels, popcorn and other ballpark favorites. Author Randy Miller, whose book, Harry the K: The Remarkable Life of Harry Kalas, just hit bookstores, will be on-hand to speak with fans and promote and sign copies of his book. A dollar raffle will provide those who enter a chance to win tickets to an upcoming Phillies weekend home game. Baseball arts-and-crafts table projects will keep the sport's youngest fans entertained.