Home for Healing scared up a lot of creativity with its spooky Monster Bash fundraiser, held Friday, Oct. 29, at the Venue at Westwind in North Little Rock.
There were appearances by guests costumed as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the casts of "Mad Men," "Ted Lasso" and "Star Wars," a cop and a burglar, Cruella De Vil, a job application -- deemed "the scariest thing in the world right now" by its wearer -- and so many more.
Jell-O shots -- blood red, of course -- were served in plastic syringes, and members of the Arkansas Rock Squad, dressed as Michael Jackson and zombies, wandered among guests before performing "Thriller" for the crowd.
Monster Bash, a fundraiser for Home for Healing, was held Oct. 29 at the Venue at Westwind in North Little Rock.
Stuart Cobb was honored with a Home for Healing Impact Award.
Home for Healing provides low-cost lodging for parents of babies who are in the neonatal intensive care unit and for cancer patients and their caregivers.
-- Story and photos by Kimberly Dishongh