White Pine Public Museum’s Boos and Booze
The White Pine Public Museum invites you to their new event, Boos N’ Booze, on October 7th at 6:00 P.M. Just in time for Halloween, this is a spookily fun costume party with drinks and games.
The themed night will include several fun aspects for visitors, who must be 21-years-old or older. Along with the museum and grounds being decked out in complete Halloween attire, keep warm by telling haunted stories around the outdoor firepits, and stay engaged by the bar with “mad scientists” serving you spirits (the drinking kind of spirits, but the ghost kind may also be in attendance).
Other activities for the party include a fortune teller who’s prepared to read palms and interpret tarot cards. The Museum also hopes you’ve been practicing your cornhole, because there will be boards available for play. Plus, expect ambiance and live music provided by local musician, Ken Rash.
Most importantly, this is a costume party! The Museum hopes you’ll dress up in your best masquerade that adds to the night. All proceeds from the ticket sales will go toward the museum’s very first scholarship.
This is a party worth dressing up for and leaving the kids at home, which is why the Museum is very happy to be partnering with our local Boys and Girls Club. Kids who are signed up for the Club can be dropped-off for their own party the night of. Children who do not already attend the Club must be signed up; however, it’s easy to do and can be done at the local office any time prior to the event and costs nothing if done locally with registration lasting a year.
Tickets for this entire event are $40.00 each which includes your drinking glass, and access to the open bar and provided hors d’oeuvres.
As proof that the White Pine Public Museum is invested in the spirit of Autumn, they are also sponsoring Bark in the Park Pet Parade. This is an event that takes place during the Lions Club Punkin’ Chunkin’ with proceeds benefitting BAARX, the Bristlecone Animal Aid, Rescue Xpress. Donation fee is $5.00 and takes place the same day, Oct. 7th, at 1:00 P.M.
But the festivities for the Public Museum don’t just end on the 7th. The museum will continue to be decorated for the season and Kids Carnivals will be held on the two following Saturdays, the 14nd and 21st. This is the kids’ time to shine with games, Halloween punch and treats, and more.
All questions or information can be found by calling the White Pine Public Museum at (775) 289-4710 or visiting them in person at 2000 Aultman St.