POCATELLO – The Idaho Museum of Natural History at Idaho State University is hosting a Masquerade Ball benefit Feb.20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Juniper Hills Country Club.
The masquerade ball is a fundraising event to benefit the museum’s exhibits and programming. The evening will include dining, dancing, live and silent auctions and raffle prizes. Music will be provided by Steel Productions and Entertainment. Individual and group tickets are available for purchase at imnh.isu.edu.
Prizes for the raffle include ski passes, behind-the-scenes tour of the titanoboa snake exhibit coming to the museum, field days with IMNH collections managers, rare and unique pottery from Sue MacButch, fish from the Gone Fishin’ exhibit, Idaho Virtualization Lab jewelry and more. Music will be provided by Steel Productions and Entertainment.
The winner of the Natural History Hero Award, given to an individual who shows dedication to natural history preservation or education, will be announced at the event.
For more information contact Amber Tews at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-282-3168.