Pyschic Night at Loudoun Museum

Join Us for Psychic Night at Loudoun Museum!
Join us Saturday, October 27th for Psychic Night, a twist on Loudoun Museum’s usual Halloween activities! This year we welcome Leesburg Psychic Cindy Miller into the historic (and some say haunted) Odd Fellows Hall. The Leesburg Psychic will be conducting intimate group readings. Join us to see if there are any messages for you from the beyond!
Once you’ve received your reading from the Leesburg Psychic, join us in historic Log Cabin to have your tarot cards read by Ashley the Gypsy! Unsure about a big decision you need to make? Curious to know what the future may hold? Get your cards read and see what guidance Ashley can provide!
Please use the link below to buy tickets to Psychic Night! In addition to enjoying a “spooktacular” evening, participants in Psychic Night will have the opportunity to win four (4) free tickets (a $500 value) to the Museum’s first major fundraising event “Christmas at Selma Mansion”.
“Christmas at Selma Mansion” will be held on December 9 and will include access to the first floor and will allow guests to see first hand the beautiful  Holiday Decorations to include the six Christmas Trees that will be on display on the main level.
So join us on Psychic Night. Each participant will receive one free ticket for the “Christmas at Selma” raffle. Additional Raffle tickets may be purchased at the museum on October 27 during the Psychic Night event.
To purchase tickets and be entered in the raffle:

https://loudounmuseum.networkforgood.com/events/8911-psychic-night-at-the-loudoun-museum

In addition, the Museum is in need a few volunteers to ensure this event goes smoothly. Volunteer duties shall consist of ushering, selling concessions, and general crowd control. We sincerely request your help in supporting this event in 2 hour volunteer slots. 100% of the funds raised from this event go to supporting the Museum, which is why volunteers are essential. Please sign up for one (or more!)  two-hour slots at the link below, or contact loudounmuseum2018@gmail.com for more information.
Thank you in advance – your support is what allows the Museum to continue as a non-profit organization!
Link to sign up to volunteer:

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