Go back to the swinging 60s for a night of nostalgia with Elstree and Borehamwood Museum!
The Lynx Club is re-imagined for one night only, so dust off your membership, put your glad rags on and re-live your youth with the clothes, food and sounds of the 60s.
The museum will stay open later on Saturday 14 September so that people can enjoy the latest exhibition ‘Good Vibrations’ that celebrates the Lynx Club and Borehamwood during the 60s. Everyone will then head to Maxwell Park Community Centre, the original home of the Lynx Club, for food, music and dancing.
Councillor Caroline Clapper, Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Culture and Health, said: “This will be a fantastic evening of nostalgia and reminiscing with old and new friends alike.
“Whether you remember The Lynx Club or just want to be transported back to the 60s, why not come along and go back to your youth for an evening.”
Meet at 7.30pm on Saturday 14 September at Elstree & Borehamwood Museum, before walking to Maxwell Park Community Centre for The Lynx Club Reunion event.
Simon Gee, Elstree and Borehamwood volunteer who curated the exhibition and organised the event, said: “The Lynx Club was a prominent feature for many young people in the 60s, so I am delighted to be bringing it back for one night!
“As well as playing the sounds of the 60s, we’ll have 60s food and hope to transport people back to their youth. It will be a fun evening, so please do come along and re-live those carefree days!"
Entrance will be £5, or free if you bring your original Links and Cha Club Membership Card, Long John Club Card, or Lynx Card.
Call the museum on 01442 454888 or Maxwell Road Community Centre on 020 8953 4295 for more information.
For updates on this event visit www.elstree-museum.org.uk or https://www.facebook.com/groups/thelynxborehamwood/
To find out more about the latest exhibition at Elstree and Borehamwood Museum watch our short film on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Yc7TTNsb_Gw
Posted on Wednesday 31st July 2019