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An upcoming night at the museum

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Night at the Museum

Students can participate in a historical scavenger hunt at the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar on Thursday night. 

A night at the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar, a fun and interactive scavenger hunt and a chance to win a prize, is Thursday.

The hunt will begin at 7 pm and last until 9. Visitors will get a “historical passport” which they try to get stamped at various locations throughout the museum, going through different parts of history and veteran history in particular.

The scavenger hunt is in commemoration of U.S. Veterans and will have stamp checkpoints focusing on the history of the military and museum studies. It will also have graduate students dressed up in historical attire, and free pizza served after the scavenger hunt has ended. 

The event is being held by the Student Union Board of Activities, as well as the Oklahoma State History Club. There will also be a table for the Office of Student Veteran Success included in the scavenger hunt at a passport stamping checkpoint. 

The scavenger hunt is open to everyone in the community, including Oklahoma State University students, staff, faculty and alumni. Admission for the hunt will be free. There will also be a “Grand Prize” that people have a chance of winning if they participate in the hunt. It will take place at the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar, located in downtown Stillwater at 702 S Duncan St.