Penn State All-Sports Museum To Host Annual Trick-Or-Treat Night
The All-Sports Museum will host its 14th annual trick-or-treat event from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24, at the museum on Curtin Road.
The museum, in partnership with the State College Quarterback Club, invites the Happy Valley community to celebrate Halloween with Penn State student-athletes, who will be handing out candy. The event is free for all to attend.
We invite you to a special night of trick or treating— PSUAll-Sports Museum (@PSUSportsMuseum) October 16, 2023
October 24th from 6-8pm
Meet Lori Uhazie, The Blue Band's first "Blue Sapphire" and author of the new children's book "Nittany and Me."
#TrickOrTreatNightatTheAllSportsMuseum #WeArePSU pic.twitter.com/d3SawRkqbO
In addition to Penn State athletes, there will be a performance by The Statesmen, Penn State’s premier all-male a cappella group. Other entertainment opportunities include appearances from the Penn State cheerleaders and the Nittany Lion, as well as photo opportunities with the Alliance of Heroic Hearts.
During the event, there will also be a meet-and-greet with the Penn State Blue Band’s first Blue Sapphire and author of the new children’s book “Nittany and Me,” Lori Uhazie.
Other local and campus organizations hosting activities include University Police Services, the Earth and Mineral Sciences Museum and Art Gallery, the Centre County Historical Society, the Pennsylvania Military Museum, the Penn State Student-Athlete Advisory Board, the Penn State Radiation Science and Engineering Center/Women in Nuclear, and WPSU.
For more information about the event, email [email protected].
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