NARN’s first Halloween Party was a smashing success! The studio was creeped out, the attendees were costumed, and the building was set up for Día de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”). Bethany provided us with awesome food to snack on, Pete with awesome music, and Katrina with an awesome (and free!) space. Thanks to them, and to everyone who came! Hopefully it was worth the drive to Beacon Hill.
We’d like to apologize for not holding a costume contest, since we know some people were looking forward to it – time flies when you’re having fun, and in this case it flew right past us since we hadn’t picked a time to hold the contest.
However, a couple of the best costumes are pictured below! Be sure and check out Jeff’s outstanding Edward Scissorhands – in terms of effort and craftsmanship, we can safely say he was the winner, but there were some other great costumes (like Mark’s costume inspired by V for Vendetta – also pictured below).
The witch’s pantry game winner was the board’s own Jenn, closely followed in second by Amith. Congratulations to both on a superior sense of smell!
We hope everyone had fun, and will consider coming out the next time we have a party – it’s sure to get even better!
Dancin’, or just hangin’ out:
NARN Board President “V”. Animal oppressors beware!
This is the country and western table – we’re not sure how the NRA got in:
And over here, the undead and a nice young man with scissors for hands:
In this corner, it looks like it’s still the 1940’s (minus all the CD’s):
It really wasn’t just the younger folks dancing, I swear!