3 to See: BOO-coda, 1968, and Nikki Lane

Go Ghost Hunting in BOO-coda

If you “ain’t afraid of no ghost,” consider Pretty Gritty Tours’ specialty ghost hunt during the Boo-Coda Spook-Tacular Festival in Bucoda. From 8 to 10 p.m. this Saturday, receive the VIP treatment as you join the tour company in exploring Bucoda’s famously haunted sites. The tour is $31 per person with online registration. Bring flashlights but leave all children under 10 years old at home.

Karshner Museum hosts ’60s Exhibit

Calling all history buffs: If you want to learn about how the civil rights movement impacted the Northwest, consider Legacy Washington’s traveling exhibit, 1968: The Year That Rocked Washington. The exhibit takes a look at the lives of 17 individuals that left their mark on our state during the era. Join the open house and exhibit reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 10 at Karshner Museum Center for Culture.

Nikki Lane performs at Alma Mater

Nikki Lane is touring the U.S. after releasing her Highway Queen album and is coming to Tacoma’s Alma Mater on Oct. 10. See why American Songwriter calls this album “her best yet” and why Rolling Stone said it is “as futuristic as is it ’70s outlaw.” Tickets are $10 for all ages, and doors open 8 p.m.

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