APPLE VALLEY – Come to the Victor Valley Museum, located at 11873 Apple Valley Road in the Town of Apple Valley on Saturday, October 8, 2016, from 6-8 p.m. and see Victor Valley history come to life. The event, “A Night at the Victor Valley Museum” will feature reenactors playing the parts of High Desert notables and pioneers.
This event is suitable for all ages and includes an exciting scavenger hunt so come and bring the entire family along for a night of educationally stimulating fun. The Victor Valley Museum spokeswoman, Laura Crite said that everyone will be able to travel back in time. Some of the personalities featured will be Dale Evans, Ernest Thompson Seton, Clark Gable, and Roy Rogers. “All who attend will receive a passport that will be stamped each time they meet a different character,” said Crite. “This stamped passport can be used for a chance to win a really nice gift basket.”
There will be refreshments available for purchase. Entry for children for children 2-years-old and under is free. Tickets for those 16 and over is $10 and tickets for children 3 to 15-years-old will be $5. All proceeds support museum operations and programs.
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