Posted by Adam on March 25, 2014 at 10:58 PM CST
Steve Sansweet and the gang over at Rancho Obi-Wan have something very special lined up for this year's Star Wars day.

Celebrate "May the 4th" in the ultimate Star Wars environment! No crowds of people, no lines, no hassles; just a fun day with other Star Wars fans.

Starting today, for every donation we receive of $10 or more, we will enter the donor's name in an opportunity drawing. On April 4th we will draw 10 names and those donors will be invited to bring one guest to Rancho Obi-Wan on May, 4, 2014 for an intimate celebration, including a guided tour of the museum with owner Steve Sansweet, lunch and other fun activities.


Follow this link to read the fine print and make your donation.
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