Culture on the Cheap
TOMORROW: Costumes For The People!
I have spent a significant amount of my time today cleaning Chez Shitty today. This task, in some ways, has been like Christmas, e.g.; Ooh, I forgot I had (insert inexplicably weird/esoteric item here). At other times it was like something from a horror movie. Which brings me to the purpose of this post: Halloween (yours truly’s favorite of all holidays) will soon be upon us. To truly celebrate Halloween one needs a costume. Tomorrow at Spacecraft you can make one— and savor a witches brew of other delights (for children of all ages):
Leslie Hinkel writes:
Come join the ghoulish gals and guys at Spacecraft for a night of costuming, consuming (spooky punch, crafty beer, and other tricks and treats), and communing with your local creepy crafters!
Weâ€™ll have a ton of thrifted clothes to pillage and do up into whatever your Halloween heart desires, with all the supplies you need to spook up some seasonal creativity. Donâ€™t wait until the last minute to make your costume! Come hang at our haunt and get on it already!
Materials, refreshments (of the adult AND kid varieties), and a raffle ticket to win booty are all be included in the $10 fee!
Costumes For The People
October 1, 2009 starting at 7:00 p.m.
355 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211
To learn more information about this event you can click here (to be redirected Spacecraft’s web site). Otherwise you can RSVP via email at: rsvp (at) spacecraftbrooklyn (dot) com.
Happy crafting— and haunting!