A 90s Night at the Brewseum

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On Saturday from 6 to 9 pm, the Duluth Children’s Museum will be hosting a “90’s Night at the Brewseum” for the fifth year. 

Duluth Children’s Museum Executive Director Drew Jensen says the annual fundraiser “focuses on bringing in local breweries and other food vendors” while giving adults “a chance to be a kid” in the museum. 

The 21+ event is all about reminiscing the 90s and having fun. 

“Each person will get a souvenir glass and get to go around to our different brewery partners and sample a bunch of ciders and beers from our local area,” said Jensen. “Then we have 90s-themed activities set up across the museum. There’ll be friendship bracelets, coloring sheets. We have some interactive music that we’re really excited about, and then live music by the Trash Cats.”

Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Proceeds go towards the museum’s general operating funds as well as the “Discovery for All” memberships. The museum provides free membership to over 400 low-income families in the community. 

“We want everyone to have free access to our museum,” said Jensen. “Having this event every year is our way of giving back to the community but also putting our name out in the community. We’re the fifth-oldest children’s museum in the country, so it’s a way to kind of reintroduce ourselves to the community year after year and just bring adults into our facility as well.” 

There will also be a costume contest, challenging event-goers to bring their best 90’s gear.