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Friday, it’s finally here. Central Wisconsin is currently facing some unfortunate winter weather, but we can all still feel a little relief that it is almost the weekend. Hopefully by this evening the roads will be cleared and ready for safe travels. Many people are hoping to get out of the house this weekend and head to a local event in order to escape the winter blues.
Tomorrow night, the Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum will be hosting a casino night fundraiser at the Stevens Point Country Club. This is an adult-only (18+) event and will be a speakeasy themed affair. Find your flapper dress, striped-suit, feathers, and pearls that you have hiding in your closet for this fun-filled event. There will be several games to choose from including blackjack, craps, roulette, dice, and poker. There will also be a silent, live, and power-of-play auctions. Endless fun will be the result of all the activities and the live music that will be playing all night.
The Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum uses the funds raised to provide a place that allows children to discover and learn. They are a great organization within our community that supports the development and education of local children. You can join in on the casino night by purchasing a $40 ticket to the event at the door. Otherwise you can purchase a $25 ticket in-advance online. Your ticket will include $5,000 of play money to use on all the casino games.
You should definitely head over to the Stevens Point Country Club on Saturday, February 22nd to see what casino night has to offer. The event begins at 7 pm and goes until pm. This night of fun is the perfect way to support a wonderful organization within our community. Proceeds benefit the ongoing success of the children’s museum and supports the growth of children within Central Wisconsin.
The Stevens Point Country Club is located at 1628 Country Club Road in Stevens Point. If you have any questions about the event you can call the Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum at 715-344-2003.