Kiki the pirate storms Greater Vernon Museum and Archives

Swashbuckling event with Kiki the pirate at the museum Feb. 10

Kiki the Pirate will overtake the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives Feb. 10. (GVMA photo)

Pirates have boarded ship and taken over at the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives.

Join Kiki the Pirate for an afternoon packed with pirate and fairy themed merriment Feb. 10 from 2-4 p.m. Dancing, pirate chanteys, a treasure hunt and even a little magic are on deck. Come dressed in a pirate or fairy costume for the chance to win a prize and enjoy swashbuckling fun for the whole family.

“We are thrilled to have Kiki lead our Winter Carnival event for the third year in a row. Kiki brings such enthusiasm and leads a dynamic, interactive afternoon that will leave everyone wanting more,” said Denise Marsh, marketing and communications coordinator for the museum.

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This event is also a part of the museum’s Kids Series sponsored by Kal Tire.

Tickets for this Vernon Winter Carnival event are available for $5 per person at the Carnival office. Limited tickets are available.

“If you are wondering what has happened with our Grandparent and Grandchild Dance, we’ve moved it to the Grandparents Day weekend in September. Watch our social media for details,” said Marsh.

For more information, call 250-550-3140, email mail@vernonmuseum.ca, visit www.vernonmuseum.ca, or find us on Facebook and Instagram.



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