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Save the date: FrankenFaire Open House

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LSU Libraries’ FrankenFaire will take place on Wednesday, October 25, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  This Halloween-themed Open House event is open to all LSU students and features information stations, games, prizes, pizza, and Trick or Treats.  In the spirit of Halloween, costumes are encouraged.  Even Mike the Tiger is expected to stop by in costume!

The first 200 attendees who visit all of the information stations will receive small prize bags.  Participants will also have the opportunity to win one of several door prizes.  Previous years’ prizes have included an iPad, Kindle Fire, FitBit and even Beats Headphones!  Stay tuned as we update what this year’s door prizes will be and make sure to mark your calendar for some spooky fun at Middleton Library.

 

 

 

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