Frankenfest: A Kick-Off to One State / One Story
September 30, 2017 and FREE
Join Indiana Humanities to kick off One State/One Story: Frankenstein with a 12-hour read-a-thon of Frankenstein at the nation’s oldest pathology lab–the Indiana Medical History Museum.
In addition to the all-day read-a-thon featuring celebrity readers, the 12 hour festival will include a pop-up exhibit of rare anatomical texts, curatorial talks, hands-on art activities, Franken Yard Games, guided tours of the Medical History Museum, a theatrical performance, a “Franks-N-Steins” beer garden with Central State Brewing Co. Beer and King David Dogs for sale and more Frankenstein fun.
WHEN: Saturday, September 30, 12 p.m.- 12 a.m.
PRICE: Free **First 100 registered guests to arrive will recieve a free Frankenstein Beer Stein**
WHERE: The Indiana Medical History Museum, 3045 W Vermont Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222
WHO: Bring the entire family, friends, book worms, coworkers and anyone else!
12:00 pm Readathon begins
Pop-up Exhibit Opens
12:30 pm Franken Yard Games open
Franks-N-Steins Beer Garden open
1:00 pm Curatorial Talk
2:00 pm Art Activity opens
3:00 pm Curatorial Talk
4:00 pm Tour of Medical History Museum
6:00 pm Curatorial Talk
7:30 pm Young Frankenstein screening
8:00 pm General American Donut Co. Donuts Available
9:00 pm Tour of Medical History Museum
10:00 pm Theatrical Performance
12:00 am Closing Remarks
More details to come.
Register here and click on the green button that says REGISTER
Want to be a reader during the readathon? Apply to read here!
Questions? Email Claire Mauschbaugh, Events and Communications Associate at firstname.lastname@example.org
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