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CLUE: Murder Mystery at the Museum



Join all of your favorite characters: Professor Plum, Colonel Mustard, Mr. Green, Ms. Scarlet, Mrs. Peacock and Mrs. White and find yourself part in a fictitious Clue-inspired murder mystery party is set in the Roaring 1920s. This event will be held at the Museum of Work and Culture with a cocktail hour hosted by Ciro’s Tavern, followed by a killer dinner catered by River Falls Restaurant.

But WHO is the killer? There’s only one way to find out…



Tickets include dinner. Cash bar.

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