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A Choose Your Own Adventure Halloween Party w/ Costumes, Arcade Games and FREE Hard Cider

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I’m just cutting and pasting this in since I’m slammed, but holy shit this sounds amazing. Plus BAS reader get $5 off when using the code: brokeassstuart. Get your tickets here and read all about this dope event below:

Hello Halloween lovers! What happens when you combine arcade games, booze & DIY costumes? The best costume halloween party ever. (duh.)

Schedule of Awesome:

7PM – 9PM – Costume Creation with free Hard Cider
9PM – 12AM – Games, Jams and Drinks
10PM – Costume Contest with Prizes!

Tickets: Get your tickets on Eventbrite (link above).
$15 – pre sale
$20 – at the door

DIY Costume Station

No experience necessary. Creativity and imagination are the only prerequisites. Beginner to advanced costume supplies will be provided.

Costume Creator, Idea Maven and Craft Maker, Katy Atchison, will be here to help your carnal costume desires become a reality.

Screen Printing Station brought to you by DSF

Screen print with custom halloween graphics such as blood/scars, animal print, zombie stuff, and tire tracks. Why not?

>>>> Materials:

Fabric scraps, face paint, cardboard boxes, paper scraps, tape, bubble wrap, aluminum foil, toilet paper, beads, baubles, el-wire, notions, paint, glitter spray paint, and other paint shtuffs. Temporary tattoos. ….Balloons.

>>>> Tools:

Scissors, hot glue, stapler, sharpies, paint brushes,
You’re welcome to bring your own supplies if you want!

We encourage you to bring your own base/accessories – such as t-shirt, moo moo, poncho, vest, tights, hatchet, etc – and use DIY station to take your costume to the next level.

A portion of supplies sourced from – SCRAP-SF – saves art supplies from landfill – Hunter’s Point – where the proceeds go to the San Francisco Unified School District. (someone is thinking about the children. For once.)

DIY Costume Contest → Only for the Made in “The Joey The Cat Warehouse” costumes
Sexiest Non-Sexy Costume (So Sassy)
Best Use of Plastic
Most Confusing
Most “Stimulating” (Purrrrrrrr-rrr)
Would win a MAKER Faire Award
You’re Trying Too Hard – The Overcompensator Award

Rebecca Saylor from Etsy
Broke Ass Stuart
Joey the Cat
Robot Dance Party
More TBA…
What’s included?

Costume supplies and materials provided, free hard cider from 7PM – 8PM, unlimited arcade gameplay and costume contest prizes (bragging rights). Slap bracelets.

What we drinking?

Basic cocktails, punch, cider and wine – donation bar.

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Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart, is a travel writer, poet, TV host, activist, and general shit-stirrer. His website is one of the most influential arts & culture sites in the San Francisco Bay Area and his freelance writing has been featured in Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveler, The Bold Italic, and too many other outlets to remember. His weekly column, Broke-Ass City, appears every other Thursday in the San Francisco Examiner. Stuart’s writing has been translated into four languages. In 2011 Stuart created and hosted the travel show Young, Broke, and Beautiful on IFC and in 2015 he ran for Mayor of San Francisco and got nearly 20k votes.

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