Murder at the Museum
On Sat., Jan. 21, at 7 p.m., the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) invites everyone to “Murder at the Museum” a spirited evening of suspense and sleuthing at the Museum! This is an interactive mystery event where the audience becomes a part of the action. Guests can see if they are keen detectives who can follow hidden clues throughout the museum and figure out the murderer from an unusual cast of suspects. At the end of the evening, the murderer will be revealed and awards given to the super sleuths who solved the crime!
“With the backdrop of our historic building to our collection of unique – and very sharp – tools, METC is the perfect place for this event,” said Deborah Farrar Starker, executive director. “Every guest will be able to participate in the mystery as much as they want, whether it’s sitting back and laughing at all the fun or trying to be the first one to figure out whodunnit!”
$60 per person/$50 for METC members. Wine and light refreshments will be provided. Registration is required due to limited space. Guests can RSVP at www.metc.org or call 973-377-2982.