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The 411: Youth

Live Clue! “Solve a Mystery in the Mission”

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All ages are invited to join the Wilson County Public Library and Floresville High School Theatre II and III classes to “Solve a Mystery in the Mission” on Saturday, October 27, at 1 and 4 pm, in the Wilson County Public Library.

Attendees of this live, interactive, Alamo-themed program will be introduced to a mystery and then will listen as the suspects claim their innocence. Guests
will all have a chance to interrogate them and help solve the mystery. Each show has a different mystery and cast. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased from the Wilson County Public Library, from any Theatre II or III student, and at the door the day of the event.

Proceeds will benefit both the Wilson County Public Library and FHS Theatre.

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