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Aurora History Museum

Murder at the Museum (Thanksgiving Special)

'The Murder at the Museum' returns following all sold-out shows at the New American Arts Festival last month.

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Murder at the Museum (Thanksgiving Special)
Murder at the Museum (Thanksgiving Special)

Time & Location

Nov 27, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Aurora History Museum, 15051 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80012, USA

About the event

A special tea is being hosted at the museum to unveil the next mascot for the City. Hosted by Edna Mosely, the first African-American councilwoman, some important historical figures have also gathered namely Donald Fletcher, Billie Preston and Bill Nakaoka, the first Japanese pharmacist in Aurora. As all eagerly await the entrance of the mysterious mascot, a murder is committed, that of the mascot itself.

Through comedic and interactive discourse in smaller groups, the guests must help Schmernock Moans, a dancing detective, to find out who the killer is and win the coveted prize of 'Detective' of the year. Written by Jeffrey Wolf and Deepali Lindblom, this event is being produced by ROSHNI, an Aurora-based Arts organization, in collaboration with the Aurora History Museum and Historic Sites.

$10 - $15 Fee includes beverage and cookies.

4 :00 - 5:30 pm

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