Pitt Meadows Museum opens after dark again

Hunt for ghosts and visit haunted forest at the Pitt Meadows Museum.

Jess Rhodes looks over items such as free range organic eyeballs that will be part of the Museum After Dark scavenger hunt in Pitt Meadows on Sunday

The Pitt Meadows Museum’s annual Halloween celebration Museum After Dark turns 10 this year.

The event will feature a “Mad Museum Look and Find,” with new additions, such as pickled birds and clowns in the forest.

Other items to look for will include a deep-charred rat, free-range organic eyeballs and “Ben Schlick’s Tongues on Sticks.”

In addition to the interactive look and find, visitors will get to join in crafts, hunt for ghosts and visit the haunted Hoffmann garage.

The Pacific Coast Paranormal and Research Society will be on hand to answer any questions for ghost hunters.

There will be treats for anyone wearing a costume.

Admission is by donation for this family-friendly event.

Museum After Dark takes place from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 30 at the Pitt Meadows Museum, 12294 Harris Road.

• For more information, call 604-465-4322 or go to www.pittmeadowsmuseum.com.

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