Our front door, modified for Halloween!
The Galvin Rare Book Room was transformed Wednesday night into a festival of thrills and chills! Spooky music and dimmed lights enticed some brave souls into the room to explore skeletons, witches, and things that skitter in the dark!
Enjoy some of Angie White’s great pictures of our evening of fun.
A long-lost reader?
A motion-activated owl captured a few in his eerie gaze.
A Dickens of a good time!
We’ll keep the lights out for you……… and hope to
see scare you next year!
Come explore some hauntingly-fun rare “boo”ks! Drop by the Galvin Rare Book Room, located on Level B1 in Boatwright Memorial Library, Wednesday evening, October 29, between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. for a trick-or-treat open house and explore books about witches, mummies, and other ghostly delights. We’ll keep the lights out for you!
Also, don’t forget to visit our October exhibits in the library. On the first floor, discover some mythical beasts and monsters from the collection, while in the second floor silent study area, we’ve gathered some thrillers and chillers to keep you reading into the night. Learn more about our October exhibits in the previous post here on the blog.