The City of Raleigh Museum is hosting their annual “Time Warp” party Saturday, April 21st from 7-10pm. This year they are time-tripping back to the 1970’s so get out those bell bottoms and disco shoes and enjoy a night of dancing with other Raleighites and the museum staff 1970’s style! Proceeds from the event will go towards a cool new exhibit the museum is working on that will highlight Raleigh’s past and key decisions that will impact the direction the city goes in the future.
This party is a fun excuse to get dressed up in your favorite 70’s outfit and have a great night of dancing and making new friends. The evening will also include craft beer, wine and cocktails along with hors d’oeuvres from some of your favorite local restaurants.
Everyone is of course encouraged to dress up! There will a costume and dance contest as well as a silent and live auction of incredible stuff you are going to want to bid on. It’s going to be a great time and a great way to support the mission of the museum.
Tickets are to the event are just $50 and include a one year membership to the Museum at a discounted rate. You can purchase tickets here.
About the City of Raleigh Museum
The City of Raleigh Museum is housed in a historic former hardware store on Fayettevill Street in downtown Raleigh. The museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of North Carolina’s capital city while envisioning its future. The museum curates temporary and permanent exhibits about the city’s people, places, and resources, maintains a collection of approximately 5,000 artifacts, and offers educational programming and tours.