TEXARKANA, Texas — The Texarkana Museums System invites everyone to dance the night away on Saturday, April 17, in a continuing celebration of its 50th anniversary and the year 1971.
Join the TMS for Boogie Fever: 1971 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. that night on the Ace of Clubs House lawn.
At the Ace of Clubs, they'll play the hits and dance to the greatest trends from the 1970s, according to a news release from the TMS. Put on your best '70s outfit and boogie shoes and meet on the dance floor.
Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. Donations will be in honor of the Texarkana Museums System's 50th anniversary. The event is also BYOB in case you need some liquid courage. Please register in advance.
For more information or to register, go to texarkanamuseums.org/events, call 903-793-4831 or email [email protected]
The Ace of Clubs House was built in 1885 at the height of the Victorian period and has an unusual floor plan, featuring three octagonal rooms at one end and a long rectangular room at the other. It was a private residence for 100 years, owned by three different families before Miss Olivia, the last resident, left it to the Texarkana Museums System in 1985.
The Ace of Clubs House offers guided tours Tuesday through Sunday and typically hosts special events such as workshops, lectures and other activities on the third Saturday of the month. The Ace of Clubs House is located at 420 Pine St.
- From the Texarkana Museums System