When: Sat., Feb. 7, 1-4 p.m. 2015
Ever wish that you could relive that moment on the playground when you were chosen last for dodgeball, and show those jocks how far you’ve come? Better yet, ever wish you could do that with a beer in hand? Berkeley’s Pyramid Alehouse (901 Gilman St., Berkeley) has teamed up with Recreational Adult Dodgeball (RAD) to give you just that opportunity. On Saturday, February 7, RAD will be hosting a public, last-person-standing dodgeball game for those 21 and up. The winner will receive a brewing class for him or herself and seven friends at the Pyramid Alehouse in Walnut Creek, which would usually cost $800. To enter the game, participants can pay $10 or bring $10 worth of toiletry donations for Project Open Hand. Open Hand, a local nonprofit, will be delivering the toiletries to seniors and critically ill people in need around the Bay Area. Participants may offer extra donations in exchange for up to three extra lives in the dodgeball game. The event also includes four warm-up matches — all with their own prizes — before the big showdown. Meanwhile, Pyramid will be pouring its SF Beer Week specials. But participants will be limited to two beers while playing. Let’s not make this sloppy, kids.