LBJ Museum’s 60’s Night set for Friday
Costume and trivia question contests, a disc jockey playing chart-toppers from the decade, a silent auction food and more will be featured at the LBJ Museum of San Marcos’ fourth annual “60s Night” fund raiser Friday, Aug. 16, 6-8 p.m.
The colorful decade of the 1960s and President Lyndon B. Johnson’s years in the White House will continue to be the focus at event. A selection of ‘60s album covers, literature, movie posters and photos of celebrities who are identified with that decade will be displayed along with music of the era. Also on display will be photos of President Johnson on such key occasions as the signing of the historic Civil Rights bill and the Higher Education Act of 1965, which he signed on the campus of his alma mater.
Advance tickets will go on sale at the museum, located at 131 N. Guadalupe, through noon Friday. Tickets purchased before noon the day of the event are $20. They will be $25 after noon Aug. 16 and at the door.
Guests are encouraged to wear ‘60s attire and/or come as celebrities from the era to the event. Best male and female costume winners will be recognized.
For more information, contact Museum Manager Elizabeth Delgado or Archives and Special Event Coordinator Ralph Garcia at the museum at (512) 353-3300 or contact Museum Board President Ed Mihalkanin at (512) 396-3648 or e-mail the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.