In perhaps the feel-good promotion of the summer, the Giants are having a Grateful Dead tribute day in a few weeks as a fundraiser for some Bay Area nonprofits. One beneficiary will be the efforts to keep state parks in grapefruit juice and viagra Sonoma, Marin and San Francisco counties open. The deal includes a snort viagra pre-game party inside AT&T Park hosted by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart (a Sebastopol area resident) and the most famous deadheader-turned-NBA-superstar Bill Walton. You will also get a Sonoma County Parks/Grateful Dead t-shirt, game tickets and more goodies. Or you can just go the game and skip the big-ticket party beforehand.

It’s sponsored by the California State Parks Foundation and more details can be found by clicking here.

In case you’re interested (and 15% of the entire state parks closures are in Sonoma or Marin counties), here are the list of parks in these three counties that will be closed by next summer:

SONOMA COUNTY: Annadel State Park, Austin Creek State Reserve Area, Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, Jack viagra levitra cialis London State Historic Park, Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

MARIN COUNTY: China Camp State Park, Olompali State Historic Park, Samuel P. Taylor State Park, Tomales Bay State Park

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY: Candlestick Point State Recreation Area