Posted September 11, 2018 06:03:24What is the latest on the Costume Party at The Creative HalloE?
It’s just a daylong party that takes place at the Art Center in downtown Portland, Oregon.
Organizers said it’s the largest of its kind in the U.S. and that the theme is: “Celebrate creativity and creativity is contagious.”
They said they’ve had over 2,000 people show up to the event so far.
It’s an event for anyone interested in creative expression and creativity that makes people laugh, cry and learn.
The event includes live music, a craft fair, live arts, art, food, arts and crafts, workshops and demonstrations.
The cost of admission is $50 for adults, $25 for children ages 4 to 17, $15 for children 4 to 11 and free for kids ages 5 to 12.
Organizer Kristin Miller said the theme of the costume party is that creative expression is contagious.
She said it was inspired by the fact that the event was so popular and people are having fun.
“It’s a great way to get your creative juices flowing,” she said.
The party begins with a costume contest that awards prizes to participants.
The winners will be announced at midnight on Saturday, September 12.
Participants will have to dress in their costume, perform a performance and submit a photo to the organizers.
Afterward, people will enjoy a costume party.
People are encouraged to dress up as their favorite characters, characters from the show, or any characters they love.
There will also be a costume parade featuring various characters.
A DJ will play the songs of the characters during the parade.
Organizing director Beth Allen said there’s a little bit of a costume competition to start.
“You can either go in with your favorite costume, or you can go in as a neutral character,” she explained.
She’s hoping people will dress up in their favorite costumes and bring them into the parade with them.
“People can dress up and be their favorite character, they can go with a neutral costume or they can bring in something that they love and that’s kind of what we’re trying to do is bring people into the spirit of it.”
To dress up, participants are asked to bring their own costume and put on a costume with their favorite costume.
There are no set rules for costumes.
They can be anything from silly to big, with characters and props from the animated show, “The Lion King,” and more.
The participants will then go out to dance with other attendees.
Allen said it would be up to each person what they choose to do.
“That’s what we love about this whole experience is the people that come in with their own choices,” she added.
“We don’t just want to make sure that everyone has fun, but also that we’re helping to inspire people to be creative.”
The Art Center has hosted a Costume Party in the past and is hosting its second.
The first was held in May.