The Met Pajama Party: Lights Out at The Met on Monday, October 29


The Met Pajama Party: Lights Out at The Met invites kids and their families to join in a Halloween-inspired evening of activities, treats and dancing at The Temple of Dendur in The Sackler Wing. At this year's Egyptian-themed event, guests will visit art stations to make their own broad collars, canopic jars, and magical stela, then dance to live music by Mil's Trills. An "Ask the Expert" station for fourth-graders and up will feature Associate Curator Janice Kamrin from The Department of Egyptian Art, who will share her knowledge about Egyptian funerary practices. Specialty menu items will include Mummy hot dogs and a "Bloody Ghoul" mocktail for kids. The event will be hosted by The Met Family Circle Co-Chairs Lily Band, Jill Brienza, Sharon Hurowitz, Tamara Minguez-MacMillan, and Sharon Wee. Tickets are required. When: Monday, October 29, 4:30–6:30 p.m. Where: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Fifth Avenue and 83rd Street entrance Attire: Halloween costumes or pajamas Tickets: Adult ticket: $70; child ticket $55

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