Uncategorized | October 22, 2008
Children can enjoy a safe and educational Halloween evening while meeting some of Wyoming’s most famous characters at the State Museum’s, “A night at the Museum,” from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., October 31.
Children and their families will meet a variety of characters from Wyoming’s past while touring the State Museum’s galleries.
Expected to be on hand during the festivities are a frontier army soldier, Nellie Tayloe Ross and many other h istorical Wyomingites. Teddy Roosevelt will also be on hand to discuss his role in Wyoming’s history.
During the evening, children will get a chance to visit with each character and ask them about their role in the history of the Cowboy State. Each child that talks to a character will receive a bag of Halloween Treats.
This event is for all ages and children must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information about this and other State Museum programs, please call 777-7022.