Over 200 Pre-College students and parents attended the Wilson Music Library Halloween Open House. Students were not scared off by the friendly music library staff in their costumes. Instead, they enjoyed scavenger hunts to find music library resources, a game of mini-golf to help orient them with the collections, music bingo, a Halloween story, crafts, and temporary tattoos. Mr. Commodore attended the event and led a romping costume parade through the Music Library. Pam Schneller, Dean of the Pre-College and Adult Studies Program, interviewed the students as they showed off their costumes. Carol Smith, Senior Artist Teacher of Violin and Director of the Suzuki Program, led a scary and entertaining performance by Blair Suzuki students. Trisha Johns, Pre-College and Adult Registrar, was on hand to help with the Halloween crafts. Music Library student employees and students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music/Master of Education program also helped make the event a success. If you missed the party this year, be sure to join us next year on Thursday, Oct. 25 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for a spooky good time.
All photos by Jon Erickson.