Black Tie's Weekend Best Bet is Planned Parenthood's annual Safe Sex Halloween Bash. This year's theme is "Deadtime Stories." That's right, the committee, chaired by Kate Atkin, Christina Fraser, Kim Mancini and Veronica Pastore, is bringing your favorite children's tales — such as "Jack and Jill," "Alice in Wonderland" and "Little Red Riding Hood" — to life in a creepy way that's sure to spook anyone who walks through the door! Order your tickets until 4 p.m. by phone and get the pre-sale price of $75. After that, it's $100.
The bash takes place at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at Michael's On East. Call 365-3913, Ext. 1124. Don't forget to dress up!
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