Put it in the cup for KiDiMu at special fundraiser

  • Thursday, November 1, 2018 12:16pm
  • Life

Think you’re a major at miniature golf? The prince of putt-putt? The queen of the green carpet?

Mini-golf mavens are invited to putter on over to Kids Discovery Museum for its annual KiDiMu Mini Golf Masters fundraiser.

The benefit, planned for 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, supports the museum and its mission of early learning. Attendees will play 18 holes of miniature golf through, over and around the KiDiMu exhibits.

Guests can have fun with friends along the golf course and in the Clubhouse Tent, and bid on amazing silent auction items, and enjoy a complimentary photo booth, hors d’oeuvre, beer and wine.

Prizes will be awarded for best golf outfit, best work-around and most enthusiastic group. The course champion will win a prize, trophy and coveted red vest, as well as bragging rights for life.

RSVP and reserve your tee time at www.kidimu.org. Tickets are $100 per person, and all proceeds support Kids Discovery Museum.

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