Join Beth Tephilah Synagogue for a mystery event at 8:30 PM on Saturday, March 14th. The setting of this mystery event will be in the 1970s in Troy with all the lingo and all the special clothing that goes with it.
Experience a night of fun grooving with a 1970s themed mystery. Feel all the thrills and adventure as you dig in this unsolved cold case that has puzzled the minds and smokies of many. Be careful what you uncover for danger doesn’t lurk far and remember to bring your far- out keen detective skills and expose the phonies. So, we will catch you on the flip side, and don’t forget to bring your boogie.
The case involves a robbed bank an antique Purim Grogger gone missing, no signs of forced entry whatsoever and all that is left is a single 100-dollar bill. The police are puzzled and consider it a freaky-deaky case, and before anyone can react the station is robbed, and the bank is hit again. The suspects are many and the pressure is on to find the culprit before another crime takes place. Can you uncover the truth before it is too late?
Admission is $5 and this event is for 12 years of age and older. Light Refreshments will be served, please RSVP 518-894-3490