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SPECIAL EVENT | Repeal! A Prohibition Era Event 

Get a taste of the illicit entertainment that immediately followed the 18th Amendment's ratification this weekend. The Rochester Museum and Science Center (657 East Ave.) will host an adult evening event celebrating the Roaring 20's on Friday, March 8, 7-10 p.m. with Repeal! A Prohibition Era Event.

The museum will be transformed into a three-story speakeasy complete with live big-band music by Uptown Groove, activities including 1920's trivia, snacks, and a cash bar featuring popular mixed drinks of the 1920's. Classic black and white films will also be screened in the museum's Bausch Auditorium.

Ladies, come dressed as feather- and pearl-laden flappers and bring your dapper gents. Admission is $15 (21 and over only) and $12 for members, and attendance is restricted to ages 21 and up. Registration is highly encouraged. Call 697-1942 and get more details at rmsc.org.

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