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Was it Milo Mustard with a candlestick in the library?

Orillia Public Library hosting life-sized Clue game Saturday; There are prizes up for grabs at fun-focused, after-hours event
The Orillia Public Library is host a Life Size Clue game Saturday night. Library staffers Amy Lambertsen (aka Miss White) and Daniel Caschera (aka. Milo Mustard) are looking forward to the event.
Experience a large scale game of life-sized Clue after-hours at the Orillia Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Do you fancy yourself Milo Mustard, the hot-headed artist? Madame Plum, fortune teller of death? Mister Tanner, the jilted butler? Perhaps Eliza Black, the black widow three times over? Step into this familiar mystery game with a new cast and an added interactive plot twist.

Each team of two-to-three people will play as a single character in a race to find the clue cards and figure out who killed Mr. Boddy, with what weapon, and in which room. Now for the twist: You will also race to find bonus playing cards that will allow you to bribe, blackmail and wager your way to more information.

There will be a prize for the team that solves the murder of Mr. Boddy, and there will also be a prize for the most spirited team so feel free to really get into character.

Gather your best sleuths and register your team today! Space is limited so don’t wait! This program costs $5 for Library members in good standing, ages 18+.

Visit the Library’s website at to register for your favourite programs. Please note that holiday programs fill up quickly; if you don’t get a spot make sure to go on the wait-list to snap up a last-minute spot.