FILM/PARTY: Secret Speakeasy Wed June 26 2013 7pm http://www.museumofinterestingthings.org/secretspeakeasy Drinks, music & beautiful visuals - 16mm early 1900's films, vinyl DJ & antiques you can touch! 177 Prince St 6th flr $5 donation
June 25, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Secret Speakeasyâ€¨One of My Favorite Things, and Yours!â€¨Party in Soho
Wed June 26thâ€¨7pm - 11pm! or more...â€¨â€¨
The Museum of Interesting Thingsâ€¨takes over a Soho loft for a specialâ€¨Pick your piece themed party for the Museum.â€¨â€¨16mm movie fest & party!â€¨Drinks, music & beautiful visuals!
Go on our website, see an itemâ€¨email me firstname.lastname@example.org â€¨And I Will Bring It For You!â€¨â€¨You are part of a select few receiving this website.â€¨Please only spread to people you know and love!â€¨Yes, the rumors are true, we are shooting part ofâ€¨a pilot for a possible show at the gig. smile ;)
All eras of history some over 100 years old!â€¨See Old 16mm circus, animations, vaudville and moreâ€¨â€¨The Museum has a show featuringâ€¨Original Rare 16mm films from theâ€¨1940's, 1950's and 1960'sâ€¨and you get to pick the films allll night!â€¨â€¨and many more 16mm as well as a few 8mm films too!â€¨Early 1900's and some 1800'sâ€¨Stereviews and Mutoscope cards!â€¨â€¨A perfect date night or come meet someone new!â€¨There will be refreshmentsâ€¨and you can order food from Peep,â€¨the popular restaurant on our ground floorâ€¨ironically called PEEP!â€¨They will deliver food just for us!
â€¨The Loft at Prince Street 177 Prince Street â€¨6th Floor penthouse! $5 donationâ€¨
Between Thompson & Sullivan streetâ€¨ in Soho NYC 212 274 8757
TMIT travels to any location, such as schools and hospitals, and demonstrates antiques to kids. Cool inventions, like a Thomas Edison Cylinder Phonograph, are shown to kids through hands-on demonstrations that inspire them to learn and become more creative.
We extend an invitation to local media to join us and experience this event and share with the community that the school, in partnership with the Museum, is trying to better our education system and promote creativity and innovation in our youth. By learning from the past we hope to make a better future.