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Kids’ Pirate Day Set At Marine Museum

OSWEGO, NY – Ahoy maties!  The H. Lee White Marine Museum is swabbing the decks for a hearty day of pirate carousing.

Hawkeye Douglas of Lacona takes in the view from the H. Lee White Marine Museum's crow's nest, during a 2008 pirate day.
Hawkeye Douglas of Lacona takes in the view from the H. Lee White Marine Museum's crow's nest, during a 2008 pirate day.

Brush off your eye patch, grab your parrot and join us on Aug. 6 (rain or shine), from 10 a.m. to noon for a Kids’ Pirate Party.

Fun will abound in Oswego’s Historic Maritime District located on the West First Street Pier.

Young lads and lasses can consort with fellow pirates; land-lubbers can also throw in with the lot and become pirates for a day.

Pirate garb is strongly encouraged.

Games, activities, music, pirate grub, a scavenger hunt and treasure to plunder for home are on the list of pirating fun for the day.

Appropriate for ages 2 – 12 years of age.

Due to the popularity of this program a prepayment of $9 is required (ask about museum member discounts).

Space is limited so contact the museum at 315-342-0480 or [email protected] for more information or to register.

Also check www.hleewhitemarinemuseum.com for details on this and all the other great programming scheduled for the season.

Be there or walk the plank!