Jason Alexander

George Costanza wasn't exactly known for paying tributes to anyone but himself. The actor who played him is another story. Jason Alexander, who won six Emmys for his work on "Seinfeld," will be at the Temple of Aaron Congregation in St. Paul as part of Honoring Our Fathers, a fundraiser created to honor the memories of the late Edward Paster and Richard "DIck" Shaller, who were both leaders in the local Jewish community.

Doors open at 6 p.m. with a keynote presentation at 7 p.m. Alexander is expected to take questions from the audience.

Student tickets are $18, general admission is $50 and reserved seats go for $100. We assume the limited $2,500 VIP packages include Festivus gifts. To obtain tickets contact kenagranoff@templeofaaron.org. 

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