Fate. Mystery. Fortune. Humans look to the stars, cards and into crystal balls to find out who we are and what the future may hold. Events that cause mass change and uncertainty make us even more likely to try to find meaning in our universe. Enjoy a night of celestial and corporeal delights with the National WWI Museum and Memorial, beginning with a happy hour featuring heavenly beverages crafted by Kenny Cohrs. Connect and explore astrological practices with friends or on your own.
At 7 p.m., join Patricia Cecil, Specialist Curator for Faith, Religion and WWI, in conversation with Maddox Gui, Vice President of Programming of the Aquarian Organization of Astrologers, in the Auditorium as they explore astrological and metaphysical practices that reached new heights of popularity during WWI and are taking off again today.
Each ticket includes two drinks and appetizers. Limited readings with practitioners are available for guest sign-up upon arrival. Doors open at 5:55 p.m. Tickets include two drinks and appetizers. Cash bar available.
An evening of mystery and fun, maybe even a bit of fortune awaits. It’s in the cards. Capacity is limited and tickets are required – 21 and above only. Tickets are $35 ($25 for Museum Members) Not a member? Join now