Calling all ghastly gals, ghoulish guys, and parents of all ages to join SF ELKS #3 in celebrating the most spooktactular holiday of all, Halloween, at our (maybe or maybe not) HAUNTED LODGE on Union Square!
Fall under the eerie and beautiful spell of musician Jill Tracy on the grand piano, and take part in an interactive musical seance ~ Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos by decorating your own sugar skulls ~ Be transformed into your favorite monster with a keepsake character portrait by Michael Capozzola ~ Travel through a twisty and terrifying Lost Mine ~ Learn all there is to know about cemeteries from author Loren Rhoads ~ Be surprised by special storytelling guests during Batty-Bat Storytime, hosted by Alia Volz ~ Grab an armful of free books sponsored by The San Francisco Public Library and Green Apple Books ~ An awesome photobooth, fantastic face-painting, and you may even leave with some CANDY!!!
So slither, crawl, or just walk like a zombie to BPOE#3 on Sunday, October 29th from 12 – 3 pm for a rare opportunity to visit our historic lodge and enjoy our annual Halloween on The Square Party.
This Halloween Party is FREE and open to the public (especially kids).
San Francisco Elk’s Lodge #3 @ 450 Post Street (Kensington Park Hotel) 3rd Floor. Sunday, October 29th, 12-3 pm FREE
For questions, and RSVPs for groups of 10 or more, please contact: Kevin Hunsanger.
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks is a national charitable organization with over 1800 lodges throughout the United States. Community outreach is a priority, and major projects include providing aid for children with disabilities, and veteran support.
ABOUT OUR LODGE:
San Francisco Elk’s Lodge #3 is the oldest extant lodge in Elkdom, having been established in San Francisco in 1876. Our current lodge building was opened in 1926 to replace the one destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and conflagration, and is a true San Francisco gem. www.sfelks.org
Wow! Sounds like a lot of fun!