Range museum to host murder mystery (with buffet)

010 Ten Detective Aces May-Jun-1933 Includes A Burning Clue by E. Hoffmann PriceThis Saturday, Jan. 24, the Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm, formerly Ironworld, will host one of those murder mystery evenings that you sometimes hear about.

They’re calling it the Clueseum.

The Minnesota Discovery Center is a sprawling facility filled with mining artifacts, art and, until recently, stern and frightening papier-mâché sculptures depicting arguments over the contract mining system. Surely ample opportunities for pretend murder, and also steak, apparently.


WHEN: Saturday, January 24, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.; Registration at 3:45pm
WHO: People who enjoy a mysterious fun and “whodunnit!”
AGES: Everyone age 12+
WHAT: An evening of great food and fun entertainment.
WHERE: Minnesota Discovery Center (of course!)

Optional cash bar is available. Dress is casual.

Meal will be served as a buffet.

Dinner Entrees:
Carved Roast Sirloin
Champagne Chicken served with a Wild Rice Blend
Baked Mostaccioli

Special event pricing: $35 Members, $45 Non-members

Reservations are required. Call 218.254.7959 or 800.373.6437 or reserve online.


  1. It would be cool if there was an Iron Range delegation for HOTB’s Mayday doings in Powderhorn park .

  2. I second that idea, Lyle, “stern and frightening papier-mâché sculptures depicting arguments over the contract mining system” sounds like it must have been designed with the MayDay parade in mind!

  3. It was the papier-mâché , not so much the stern and frightening 🙂

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