Every year the Creation Museum's annual An Evening to Remember is a popular event, often selling out well in advance. Make your plans early to join us for an enjoyable and relaxing evening as you enjoy dinner and a special event.
You'll enjoy a delicious dinner, wholesome entertainment, and a time to relax. The price of the event includes dinner and an amazing dramatic presentation.
This special evening will begin at 6:00 and will feature a dramatic presentation based upon the life of Corrie ten Boom. This powerful drama features the talented Vicki Gaynier.
Guests will enjoy a delicious buffet-style dinner including braised beef short ribs and fried chicken, potatoes, green bean almondine, caesar salad, rolls and butter, coffee, tea, and water with a dessert bar. Desserts will consist of assorted pies including key lime, apple, cherry, peach, blueberry, and lemon merinque, as well as chocolate brownies.
Tickets are $37.50 per person. The reservation deadline is February 4, 2016.
During the years of World War II, in the time of Hitler’s persecution of the Jewish people, Corrie ten Boom and her Christian family fearlessly hid hundreds of Jews in a secret place in their home and in homes through out the Netherlands. Betrayed by a fellow Dutchman Corrie and her sister were taken to suffer at Ravensbrück concentration camp where Corrie’s beloved sister Betsie died. Shortly after Betsie’s death, Corrie was released and traveled around the world proclaiming God’s love and forgiveness to all who would hear. She would speak to anyone who would listen. She would tell them that there is no pit so deep that God's love is not deeper still. Vickie Gaynier, a fellow believer in Christ, will portray Corrie ten Boom in her own words and appearance as Corrie would have spoken and looked like at 85 years old.
Come and hear the testimony of Corrie ten Boom as we witness the faithfulness of the Lord God in a very difficult time of history.