“Legends never die” rings true for many things in San Jose—In ‘n’ Out animal fries, a Saturday at the Flea Market or a ride on the Grizzly. Yet, the phrase rings most true of all for 1993 cult classic “The Sandlot.” Set in 1962, the rough-around-the-edges family comedy depicts a group of young baseball players on summer break and all that comes with it: from the dugout, to the pool, to encounters with the Beast. Hosted by the Santa Clara P&R Department, it’s a great event for a ragtag crew and sure to be a home run of an evening out.
Fri, 8pm, Free
Reed & Grant Sports Park, Santa Clara