BY JAMES BONNEAU // OCT. 26, 2015 //
Halloween festivities aren’t just for kids. Levin Library will be bringing the Halloween spirit to campus on Wednesday, October 28th from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. There will be fall-friendly, free refreshments and a storytelling contest. Costumes aren’t required, but strongly encouraged.
This event is one of the first for Levin Library. The Library’s Marketing and PR intern Matt Gleason said, “The Library typically doesn’t hold events like this, so it’s something new.”
For the event, Levin Library’s main floor will be transformed into a room of horrors. Librarian David Miller and Professor Katherine Morrison will be telling their scariest tales. If you’ve got a scary story of your own to tell, stop by to share your haunted experience.
The best storyteller will receive a prize, which is rumored to be Dunkin Donuts gift card. Even though the contest is focused on scary stories, all stories are welcome.
Gleason said, “Funny and other stories are welcome.”
All are invited to attend the event, with or without a story to tell. In order to attend the Halloween event, you must sign-up first. Sign-ups are at the front desk in the Levin Library.
If you’re dying to get as much use as possible out of your Halloween costume or just really enjoy free snacks, stop by the library on the 28th to show your Halloween spirit.
As for the free refreshments, Gleason said, “There will be apples, apple cider and candy.”