Here’s What Tonight’s World Series Viewing Party Will Look Like – But No Alcohol in Civic Center – Vote No on Prop B

You’re invited to come to Civic Center tonight to see Game Four of the World Series on a makeshift “Jumbotron.”

See you at 5:07 PM (or earlier, to get a good spot if you want to be able to actually see the action unobstructed.)

It’ll look like this, but probably with more Matt Cain than Timothy Leroy Lincecum on the screen:

Via RubyxCube - click to expand

The SFPD requests (more or less) that you transfer your alcohol to unmarked containers, thusly:

And, oh yes, speaking of the Rec and Park, Remember to Vote No on Proposition B (November 2012), the so-called “Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond”

Why?

Well, because Prop. B is too costly for San Francisco

And also because Reform is Needed at San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department.

Also because area lawyer Philip Alan Ginsburg would consider passage of Prop B (November 2012) an endorsement of how he’s running the RPD.

That’s why.

Now, let’s hear from San Francisco Mayor Ron Conway,* after the jump. (Spoiler: He wants you to go to Chipotle’s and spend your money before you blow town.)

PS: The after party will be in the Mission District – spread the word, bring fireworks.

*Poor Sony. It appears that any television-like contraption bigger than 100 inches now gets the generic term “jumbotron.”

Oh well.

Displays similar to the Jumbotron include:

 

*** PRESS RELEASE ***

MAYOR LEE ANNOUNCES BROADCAST OF GIANTS GAME FOUR OF 2012 WORLD SERIES AT CIVIC CENTER PLAZA

City to Host Public Viewing of Sunday’s Potential Clinching World Series Away Game for Families, Fans

San Francisco, CA –Mayor Edwin M. Lee Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced that Sunday’s Game Four of 2012 World Series will be publicly broadcast live in Civic Center Plaza for families and fans to gather and cheer the San Francisco Giants onto a potential World Championship against the Detroit Tigers. Game Four will be played in Detroit’s Comerica Park on Sunday. A jumbotron screen will broadcast the potential clinching game of the World Series in front of San Francisco City Hall. The City previously received permission from Major League Baseball to show the potential clinching away game.

 

This is an alcohol-free event. San Francisco Police and Recreation and Park Departments will be on hand to monitor and enforce a zero tolerance policy for alcohol and other controlled substances in Civic Center Plaza.

 

“The San Francisco Giants’ outstanding performance in the World Series has electrified and unified the entire City,” said Mayor Lee. “The Giants are truly the comeback team, and San Francisco is completely awash in Giants fever. The game that could clinch the Series may be in Detroit, but we’re creating an opportunity right in front of City Hall for families to gather and cheer the Giants to another World Championship.”

 

The Mayor’s Office, in collaboration with the Recreation and Park Department, will broadcast the potential clinching away game in Civic Center Plaza. In keeping with the event focus on families, alcohol will not be sold or permitted on Civic Center Plaza during the broadcast. Those attending the broadcast are encouraged to come early to secure a spot and take public transportation via MUNI or BART to Civic Center or Van Ness stations.

 

“I also want to encourage fans from across the Bay Area to watch the game at their neighborhood restaurants and bars,” said Mayor Lee. “Let’s lift our local economy and small businesses while we’re boosting the Giants to a World Series victory.”

 

Mayor Lee is urging Giants fans and local businesses to show their pride in the National League Champion team by wearing the Orange & Black or displaying signs, flags or any form of support for the hometown team.

 

The San Francisco Giants flag will continue to fly over City Hall, and City Hall, Coit Tower, the Ferry Building, the Embarcadero Center, the TransAmerica Pyramid, the War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco International Airport, the City’s Official Tree in front of McLaren Lodge and other San Francisco buildings and landmarks will all be lit in Giants Orange until the end of the World Series.

 

Mayor Lee and the San Francisco Giants joined with Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and the Detroit Tigers to urge all fans to treat each other with respect. Wherever fans choose to watch the game to be safe and practice good sportsmanship. In the end, the World Series celebrates the game of baseball, and rivalries should remain on the field.

 

Potential Final Game of World Series Broadcast Schedule

San Francisco Giants at Detroit Tigers

Game 4, Detroit, Michigan: Sunday, October 28th – 5:00pm PDT

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