A Pint at the Museum

. March 1, 2017.
#Flashback Friday (throwback outfits are highly encouraged)
#Flashback Friday (throwback outfits are highly encouraged)

The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum cordially invites all adults to let their inner child out to play for a night. Take over the museum at A Pint at the Museum: #Flashback Friday (throwback outfits are highly encouraged). There will be beer from Ypsi Alehouse, wine from Vinology, grilled cheese from Cheese Street, gourmet hot dogs from Ray’s Red Hots and cookies from Insomnia Cookies. Explore the museum, play with slime and check out virtual reality and enjoy local eats. —JB

Adult-only event – Friday, March 10 | 6:30pm
$25-$30
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, 220 E. Ann St.
734.995.5439 | aahom.org

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