The Marshall County Historical Society Museum is planning its first annual Casino Night Fundraiser, to be held on April 19th at the historic REES Theatre. Take a trip back in time with them to the Pine Tree Inn, Plymouth’s notorious prohibition-era speakeasy. Be prepared for fun, games of chance, and a few surprises! You’ll play craps, blackjack, poker, and roulette in a perfect Art Deco setting. Grab your squeeze, put on your glad rags, and mingle with the swells in our fancy Juice Joint.

In addition to the game prizes, the museum will have a silent auction featuring items donated by local businesses and individuals. There will be something for everyone! Funds raised will support this year’s programming.

The party starts on April 19th at 6 p.m., and tickets are available at the museum. Sponsorship opportunities are still available, and all donations are appreciated! Tickets are $50 and include

refreshments, music from Jack Shellac Gramophone DJ, and $25 in chips. They will have a cash Bar. Call 574-936-2306 for more information.