Headliners include Celtics Coach Brad Stevens and Class of 2017 Members
Muffet McGraw, Rebecca Lobo and Tracy McGrady
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the return of “60 Days of Summer,” the museum’s annual summer program featuring 60 consecutive days of family-oriented fun. Starting on July 1 and running through August 31, the Hall of Fame will host various appearances, autograph signings, magicians, trick dribblers and jugglers, giveaway days and more.
Museum goers will also have the opportunity to view the recently released Naismith Orange™ Basketball Hall of Fame jacket made by Haggar®, which is presented to all Hall of Famers upon Enshrinement. Current Hall of Famers Lynette Woodard, Dick Bavetta and Denise Curry will be presented with custom jackets during their appearances.
All “60 Days of Summer” appearances are free of charge to museum guests and will occur at 1:00 PM ET daily. For a full schedule of events, which will be updated regularly through the summer, please visit www.hoophall.com/60-days-of-summer or follow @hoophall on Twitter.
Schedule of Highlighted Appearances*:
July 1 - Lynette Woodard
July 6 - Sheryl Swoopes
July 7 - Shannon Brown
July 8 - Tom Jernstedt
July 10 - Sean Elliott
July 11 - Dick Bavetta
July 12 - Lance Stephenson
July 13 - Denise Curry
July 14 - Mark Eaton
July 15 - Brandon Bass
July 18 - Jim Calhoun
July 19 - Rebecca Lobo
July 21 - Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
July 22 - Ed O'Bannon
July 26 - George McGinnis
July 27 - Dennis Scott
July 28 - Tracy McGrady
August 1 - Adreian Payne
August 4 - Tony Allen
August 8 - Donovan Mitchell
August 9 - Dan Issel
August 10 - Glenn Robinson III
August 16 - Muffet McGraw
August 18 - Mannie Jackson
August 20 - Lucille O'Neal (Shaquille's Mother)
August 24 - Michael Beasley
August 25 - Brad Stevens
*All appearances are subject to change without notice. In the event of a cancelation, the Basketball Hall of Fame will make every effort to replace the appearance with comparable programming.
About the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame:
Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where basketball was invented, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame promotes and preserves the game of basketball at every level – professional, collegiate and high school, for both men and women on the global stage.
For more information:
Visit us online: www.hoophall.com
… on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BBHOF
… on Twitter/Instagram: @hoophall #60DaysofSummer
… or call 1-877-4-HOOPLA