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A Celebration To Die For

October 30, 2010 ·

A Celebration To Die For 10-30-10

This fun, multicultural event, aptly entitled “A Celebration To Die For” is a benefit to raise money for the restoration of the Evergreen Historic Memorial Cemetery here in beautiful Riverside.

Saturday, October 30, 2010
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
$10/person
$25/family

Enjoy the Phantom Coaches Hearse Club, skeleton face painting by Oasis Arts, refreshments from The Honey Doers, dancing with the Jazz Funeral Procession, and finally, take a paranormal tour with Full Tech Paranormal Investigations.

Evergreen Cemetery lies at the foot of Mount Rubidoux and was founded in 1872.  There are more than 27,000 beings interred on this site, many of regional and national significance.  More than 1,500 lie in the historic portion of Evergreen. 

Efforts to restore Evergreen began in 2003 by The Honorable Victor Miceli.  The Evergreen Memorial Historic Cemetery Board of Directors is committed to realizing Judge Miceli’s vision by completing the restoration and fully funding the endowment.

Remember, a whole family, or a bunch of friends, can get in for $25!  Feel free to come in costume also!

See you there!

Comments

One Response to “A Celebration To Die For”

  1. Lynda Eisenmann on October 30th, 2010 9:11 am

    Hi April,
    This sounds sort of creepy and fun at the same time, but it’s nice to see that it’s a fund raiser for the cemetary.