The Bush Tabernacle will be a lively spot Saturday, April 2 when the Purcellville Cannons Collegiate Baseball Club kicks off its inaugural season with a “Big Shot Hoops Party” celebration beginning at 7 p.m.
The team, a member of the Valley Baseball League, is making Purcellville’s Fireman’s Field its new home after moving from Charles Town, WV, for the 2016 season.
Predicting a fast-paced evening full of fun and excitement, Purcellville Cannons Managing Partner Brett Fuller said it would be the perfect introduction to the town’s new home team.
Fans can watch Major League Baseball games on the big screen, enjoy tip-jar gaming with a $1,000 grand prize, a cash bar, a trivia contest with many giveaways, and a silent auction of Cannons and MLB merchandise, including items autographed by athletes Ryan Zimmerman, Jordan Reed and Brooks Robinson. Fans will enjoy a buffet-style meal courtesy of local eateries.
The hoops party is open to ages 21 and up and will be capped at 400 attendees. Tickets are $20, free for those 12 and younger, and may be purchased from any team representative or board member.
For more information, find the team at facebook.com/ValleyLeagueCannons or at twitter.com/VBL_Cannons.