Schedule of Events for Scary Night at the Museum
Posted on October 22, 2010 by Lexington History Museum
The time is here, Scary Night at the Museum is less than 24 hours away! We’re so excited with all of the buzz surrounding the event, that we thought it would be best if we went ahead and let everyone know what will be going on the night of October 23.
The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and Scary Night will begin. Please use the Short Street entrance (back of museum). Don’t know where the Lexington History Museum is located? 215 W Main St in the Old Fayette County Courthouse. The museum is bounded by Short, Upper, Main, and Cheapside Park.
Continuous activities on the 3rd Floor 6-9 P.M. –
Haunted Museum! Come see the Ghosts of the Old Fayette County Courthouse as they chill you to the bone. Small children and anyone who does not like to be scared are asked to not participate in the Haunted Museum as there are thematic elements which may be too scary for kids. The Haunted Museum will not run during the costume contest (7-8).
Clay-Davis Gallery Reception Room
Guest tables: Fayette County Cemetery Trust, Ghost Chasers International, The ScareFest, Apex Publications editor Mari Adkins and owner/publisher Jason Sizemore
Third Floor Hallway
Food from Papa John’s Pizza, Babycakes Cupcakes, Ale-8-One Bottling Company
Schedule of events for Original 1900 Courtroom
6:15: Mock Witch Trial
6:30: Storytelling with Octavia Sexton
7:00 – 8:00: Costume contest, Judges: Dr. Nick Couns, Mick Jeffries, Ide Bouldin
If you wish to participate in the Costume Contest, you must register at the desk at the Short Street Entrance. A form will be provided for you to put your Name, Age, and the Concept for your costume. Please be at the museum no later than 6:45.
8:00: Mock Witch Trial
8:30: Storytelling with Octavia Sexton
Thank you to all of the local businesses who have shown us SO much support: Ghost Chasers International, The Scarefest, Holiday Inn North, J. Peterman Company, Babycakes Cupcakes, Ale-8-One Bottling Company
If you have any questions about Scary Night please call the Museum at (859) 254-0530.