Murder at the Deadwood Saloon – A Night of Mystery and Mayhem in the Wild West!

Fundraiser for the Denver Firefighters Museum
MURDER AT THE DEADWOOD – A Mystery Dinner Fundraiser for the Denver Firefighters Museum

You are invited to participate in a night of mystery and mayhem in the Wild West
on April 9th, 2011 at 6:30 PM
at The Denver Firefighters Museum
1326 Tremont Place, Denver, Colorado

For weeks, people have been pouring into the western town of Deadwood. As the poker tournament concludes, a celebration party is held to give out the tournament prizes. No one knows a killer lurks among the guests. Your job is to find out whodunit!

Costumes optional. Reservations required.

Appetizer, Dinner, and Drinks are included in the ticket price, $40 per person

Reservations must be made by Friday, April 1, 2011.
Call 303-892-1436 or register online at
For reservations by email please be sure to include the number of reservations you wish to make, the first & last name of each participant, a contact phone number, and an email address where you can be reached . Thank you!

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