Sold Out: FRAMED at Siwanoy Country Club
Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 6:30 pm
This event has sold out.
If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please email Jennifer Russo at email@example.com. You will be contacted as soon as possible if space becomes availalble.
An artful evening of murder, mystery & mayhem for members to celebrate our 20th anniversary!
The Bronxville Historical Conservancy cordially invites you to join us for our 20th Anniversary Gala, FRAMED!
Our members-only celebration is a highly entertaining, interactive, murder/mystery performance, expertly woven through cocktails and a sit-down dinner.
Collect the clues and interview suspects, as you try to solve a baffling Bronxville based crime, and bring the culprit to justice!
In addition, on this very special evening, the BHC will proudly present a 20th anniversary gift to the community in keeping with the year’s theme of art.
This is a uniquely intriguing experience not to be missed!
Saturday, October 20th, 2018
6:30 – 7:45 Cocktails
8:00 Dinner is served
It is very important that guests arrive no later than 7:00 PM.
BHC current members will be offered priority ticket sales on September 20th. Tickets will become available to the community at large on September 23rd.
160 seats will be available. Please act quickly to avoid disappointment. If you are not already a member, or your membership has lapsed, please join the BHC in order to attend the event. Membership renewed or established now will extend 15 months, through December 31, 2019. If you have a question regarding the status of your membership, please contact Nancy Blum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each household purchasing tickets totaling $500 or more is entitled to be the Conservancy’s guest at a special pre-lecture dinner with The Brendan Gill speaker, this Spring.
$150 per person
20th Anniversary Alibi
If you would like to sleuth with friends, please email Judy Foley with your seating preferences by October 10th at email@example.com.
Sherlock Holmes in The Sign of the Four, ch. 6 (1890)
The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.
Francis Bacon (1909)