Okay all you Salemites, how many of you have heard of Culture Shock’s 13 Nights of Halloween? Timed perfectly for the dark, dank nights of October, this event (err series of events) is something worth celebrating. There is excitement planned for everyone whether you seek fun as a family or single person, Culture Shock has you covered.
Last evening I played my part in the 13 Nights and hosted the Community Craft Night, Day of Dead Mask Craft. We filled the upstairs conference room with our creative energy and enough excitement bubbled up to spill over into the mezzanine of Clockworks Cafe. Armed with simple materials of sharpies and a mask base, families, adults, teens and children got to work creating their masquerade masterpiece.
If you missed us last night, no worries, there are still plenty of activities scheduled. Leave me a comment and let me know which one you are coming to and perhaps I’ll see you there? Also you are welcome to join us every Fourth Tuesday of the Month at Clockworks Cafe for a free, family-friendly craft. I love meeting new people and sharing my love of creating so I hope to see you there!