• Clue Comes to Life at the Brownsburg Public Library

    October 05, 2012 No comments

    The Brownsburg Public Library invites residents to join them for an evening of intrigue as the game of CLUE comes to life at the Brownsburg Public Library on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13 between 7 and 10 p.m. 

    Amateur sleuths will be led through the mansion in groups by a detective to visit each room and try to narrow the field of suspects, weapons, and locales. In several rooms they will encounter various characters from the game such as Miss Scarlet and Colonel Mustard. Participants can talk with them, but they probably won’t reveal much (at least truthfully anyway). Once they think they have solved the crime they will be instructed to write down their solution and give it to their detective.

    In the final room the detectives will check the answers and the person who gave him the correct solution first is the winner. That person will receive a special prize. The rest of the group will receive candy and a certificate.

    Souvenir photos will also be taken.  Timed tickets are available at the Brownsburg Public Library at 450 South Jefferson Street, Brownsburg.  Tickets are $30/group (maximum of 5) or $7/person.  It will take approximately one (1) hour to complete your investigation.

    Don’t miss out on kooky crime-solving fun for the whole family!  This event is sponsored by Main Street BP and Hendricks Power.

    Proceeds benefit the Brownsburg High School Theater Club and the Friends of the Brownsburg Public Library. Visit the library’s web site at www.brownsburg.lib.in.us/clue.html for additional information or for more details; please feel free to contact Amie Thomas at athomas@brownsburg.lib.in.us or (317) 852-3167, ext. 108.

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