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Party like Mad (Men) at Sheep Station Sunday

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I’ve never seen Mad Men, but from what I understand it’s a television show that showcases a time period during which sexism was rampant and rich white men wore expensive suits while smoking excessively and guzzling Jack Daniel’s. Which sort of makes it sound a bit like 2010.

But Mad Men has its fans. Some of these fans thought up a way to get a whole lot of other Mad Men fans in the same room. This Sunday, Park Slope’s Australia-soaked Sheep Station is offering fans of the show a chance to showcase their admiration via a Mad Men Halloween party and costume contest. Better yet, the event doubles as a benefit for WomenforWomen, which sounds kind of dirty but is in fact an organization that works towards helping women all over the world move towards financial self-sufficiency.

The event starts at 7:30 PM, and costume registration runs until 9, with judging to commence at 10. FREE entry, but donations are, of course, strongly encouraged.

Sheep Station Halloween Party and Costume Contest
Sunday October 31st, 7:30 PM
149 4th Avenue (Park Slope)

Image courtesy of Flickr user dan taylor.

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