Upper Peninsula Children's Museum holds costume party as part of 'Second Thursday Creativity Series'

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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The Upper Peninsula Children's Museum held a Halloween Costume Party as part of their Second Thursday Creativity Series on Thursday.

Children of all ages enjoyed all the museum has to offer while in costume.

The Thursday events are free to the public and run from 5:30 to 7:30 on the second Thursday of each month.

Also available for the children was a ice cream bar courtesy of Culvers, and an apple sundae bar. There were free books for children, pumpkin painting, an obstacle course, and more.

"Thursday is generally sponsored by each month so that we're able to offer it free to the community," says Administrative Assistant and Store Manager Sheri Kromberg. "It's free and fun. And we're a good, safe place for kids to have lots of enjoyment."