Looking for some spooky fun this Halloween weekend?
What better place to find it than in Pitt Meadows's oldest and most reputedly haunted building?
The Pitt Meadows Museum invites you and your family to join us on Sunday, Oct. 28 between 2 and 7 p.m. for Museum After Dark.
Take the Mad Museum Look and Find, in which you will search our hallowed halls for such classics as the Death Beetle, Ben Schlick's Tongues on Sticks, and Free Range Organic Eyeballs.
New additions to the hunt this year include the recently discovered Pitt Lake Merman, everyone's favourite classic seasonal treat - deep charred rat - and the Ghost of Hoffmann.
You can ask some assistance from representatives of West Coast Paranormal Investigators, who, fresh from their recent investigation of the museum, will be giving their findings and answering questions involving all things ecto-plasmic.
We invite you to bring a digital camera and take a quick lesson on how to capture orb images of your own in our galleries.
In the kitchen, we will be brewing up some experimental cocoa, which we invite you to taste, perhaps while making a glowing eye lantern or creating a Shrink-It charm.
All that is before travel-ling across the street to the Hoffmann and Son garage to visit our haunted forge and watch the sparks fly.
Dress to impress in your spookiest garb to collect your tricks and treats.
Museum after Dark is open to ghouls and bats of all ages. Admission is by donation.
For more information, contact the Pitt Meadows Museum at 604-465-4322 or email email@example.com.
Hope to scare you there: it's gonna be a scream!
- Jennifer Chernicki is the museum at the Pitt Meadows Museum