Calendar

Jan
21
Mon
Museums Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Jan 21 all-day
Jan
24
Thu
Siouxland Heritage Museums Alliance Annual Meeting @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 24 @ 6:00 pm
Ceili Dance
Jan 24 @ 6:30 pm

CeiliCeili (pronounced KAY-lee is an Irish social dance. The dances will be taught to live music and the moves called out. Beginners are welcome.

Jan
25
Fri
Noon Concert: Vermillion @ Old Courthouse Museum
Jan 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Vermillion

 

 

Vermillion
Acoustic Duo

 

Vermillion is a vocal driven group consisting of brothers Keven and Mike Vermillion. With the tightly woven harmonies of Keven and Mike with acoustic guitars you get a very polished musical sound that takes you on a journey of their favorite covers and originals with a talented Vermillion twist.

Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 25 @ 6:00 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)

Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)

Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)

Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)

Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 25 @ 8:00 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)

Jan
26
Sat
Murder Mystery Returns to the Pettigrew Home & Museum in January! @ Pettigrew Home & Museum
Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm

How to Succeed in Bu$iness without really DyingRoger Benjamin, the Chairman of the Board for STAG Corp, has been murdered. He and his board of directors had been in town for a secretive retreat that was being held at 131 N. Duluth Avenue. His body was discovered this morning when his wife arrived to prepare for the meeting. There is no evidence of forced entry, and the only people with access to the building were the six other board members. All are considered to be suspects.

We need you to step into the role of a private gumshoe and try to identify the killer. Tour through the home and listen to each suspect give their statement. Then participants will have an opportunity to question the detective and discuss their theory of the crime. Finally, the detective will reveal the true story.

Tickets for the Murder Mystery, How to Succeed in Business without really Dying, are $10 and go on sale January 5th. Shows will be Jan. 25th and 26th, and February 1st and 2nd, at 6:00, 6:30, 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00pm. You can purchase advance tickets at the Old Courthouse Museum Store or over the phone at 367-4210. (A $1 per ticket convenience charge will be added to each phone order.)