Looking for a Halloween celebration that’s more treat and less trick?
Join us at HMNS Sugar Land on Sunday, Oct. 28 for Spooktacular, a costumed celebration for the whole family! This kid-friendly party includes our Spook House, a mad scientist, and a creepy entomologist who will offer a different kind of Halloween treat — this one with a crispy bug.
While you’re there, try your hand at our roach race track, participate in holiday crafts and leave with a treat bag! All Spooktacular activities are included with the price of general admission, so explore our museum halls while you’re here.
For more info on Spooktacular and other HMNS Sugar Land programming, click here.
What: HMNS Sugar Land Spooktacular When: Sunday, Oct. 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. How Much: FREE with general admission
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creative than this! photo credit: peasap
Although Mixers, Elixirs, & IMAX is coming to a close for 2008 it doesn’t mean we’ll stop partying! Seriously, it’s only September. I know it’s kind of crazy to be talking about Halloween, but I know the “What costume am I going to wear for Halloween this year?” conversation is already happening in the back of your head. And it should be!
Join HMNS on All Hallows Eve for the only party in Houston happening in a dinosaur graveyard. We’re going to give you so much more than atmosphere, though. We’ll have The Chromatics pumping out 80s hits all night, world-renowned illusionist Steven Wallach, Fatima and her team of psychics, Bug Chef David Temple, Etoile Arabesque Belly Dance Troupe, hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, and IMAX films. As tradition would have it, we’re going to be having a costume contest as well – so dream up your best outfit for your chance to win our huge grand prize! Don’t miss Spirits & Skeletons, on October 31 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. at HMNS!
And, don’t forget that Mixers goes out with a bang tomorrow night, with Grupo Ka-Che – it’s always our biggest party (1,700 last year!) and we’d love to see you there. We’d also love to see your feedback – let us know what you think – and how we can make Mixers even better next year.