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    North Carolina State Capitol
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Events

Time Warp

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Saturday, April 21, 2018 7pm - 10pm

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LOCATION: City of Raleigh Museum - 220 Fayetteville St

We’re time-tripping again this year, back to the 1970’s. Get out those bellbottoms and disco shoes. We’ll be dancing to some great rock-and-roll, eating some excellent food from local vendors, and drinking some great craft beer, wine, and cocktails. There will be a costume and dance contest and, of course, there will be a silent and live auction of incredible stuff you are going to want to bid on. It’s a great time and it all helps support the mission of the museum.

The annual Time Warp fundraising gala encourages attendees to dress in their favorite retro gear and join the City of Raleigh Museum for excellent local food, craft beer, costume and dance contests and more. Cost of attendance includes open bar and one-year membership.

Cost: $50